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  1. #1
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    Question How to generating a person specific task list based on a given date and event type

    I have an excel spreadsheet that with individual rows like this:

    Date Event Type Artwork Type Artwork Due Bulletin Entry Post 1 Date Post 1 Content
    25-Dec-15 Fun/Occassional Standard 10-Dec-15 20-Dec-15 15-Dec-15 Short announcement of event

    The first two columns are the only information I fill in. (Event Type is chosen from a drop down). The rest of the information is generated through nested IF formula's.

    The problem is that this is starting to become unwieldy.

    I have been told this could be much better achieved with Access.

    Does anyone know how to do this? I would appreciate the help!

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    JamesDeckert is offline Competent Performer
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    You'll need to better explain what it is that the Excel is doing and even showing the nested IF might help.
    Explain it as if we don't know what you're doing.

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    Hi James,

    Would attaching the excel sheet help?
    Or would an explanation be more helpful?

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    Thanks, June. Will take a look at that now.

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