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Excel/Corrected Question - Exclude other timeframes from one timeframe


PJV wrote at 2015-10-13 16:17:55
Thanks Aden,

Here is the solution you gave and it works as exactly what I wanted.

I just have changed 99999 to 2958465.99999 (which is the number for 31/12/9999 23:59:59)

Array formula in Cell c24


Formula in Cell d24


Arrays formula in Cell e24


Formula in Cell f24


Formula in Cell g24


Dragged down all cells and the output is in f24 (starting point of output timeframe) and g24 (ending point of output timeframe)  

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