On 2018/11/13 01:22, remygauthier wrote:
I went back to the original post and downloaded the file you had
Google Drive. I made what I think were the correct mods and the
the Summary sheet are consistent with what has been entered. I have
the modified file, so you should be able to download it and have a
will probably need to access the post via the nabble site -
nabble.documentfoundation.org/). Once we know what is wrong with
changes, it should be easier to provide information.
I hope this helps.
I have reviewed your file on Nabble and after reviewing and
the formula into the current file, am pleased to announce that the
is SOLVED! :)
Looking at the formula
,"*"),Data.$F$3:Data.$F$1000,CONCATENATE("<>","Y"))>, I see how the
Concatenate was used almost like an IF statement criteria, and could
stated as 'CONCATENATE("=",Summary.$A3 ,"*")'. However I do not
understand the second CONCATENATE as I am looking for those with an
i.e. ones that have not been reconciled yet the SUMIFS yields the
Concatenate joins/amalgamates values from different cells or text
as a Linux command $>cat filename would display the contents of the
filename. My understanding is that a similar command of $>cat bee
would result in the word beehive being displayed.
In the formula you state to SUM values in Data.c3:Data.c1000 if date
value of column A equals a partial match of the actual Data column
holding the date AND where the value is blank or Y, despite you only
wanting to SUM the N values?
Basically the formula works and I am not complaining and very
but I would like to better understand the formula, so that I can use
I hope my explanation is sufficient.
P.S.: To ALL owners of a Debit or Credit Card, establish a
using the above formula, enter your transactions on the Data tab,
reconcile them according to your bank statement and see what value
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retailers, even if it is only occasional.
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