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Sort dates in ascending order
Hello everyone
In my attachment I have two sheets one for data named "INT" and the other sheet is for results named "FEED"
In FEED sheet I have array formulas that extract the data between two dates inCode:range(C3:D3)
I need to have the results sorted according to the dates (in ascending order) using array formulas and without using helper columns ...
Thanks advanced

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Is it possible or not? Please help me ..

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Vba or not?

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Not vba just array formulas ..
The array formulas are already existing but I got the results only as they are
I need to get the results sorted by editing the array formulas

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YasserKhalil,
Create a named range "Feed" having the range C7 to C16. In G7, enter the following array formula:
=INDEX(Feed, MATCH(SMALL(COUNTIF(Feed, "<"&list), ROW(1:1)), COUNTIF(Feed, "<"&Feed), 0)) then CtrlShiftEnter.
It should look like:
{=INDEX(Feed, MATCH(SMALL(COUNTIF(Feed, "<"&list), ROW(1:1)), COUNTIF(Feed, "<"&Feed), 0))}
Copy down to G16
HTH,
Maud

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Hi Maud
..I think there is a typo in your formula.
I think you meant to use:
=INDEX(Feed, MATCH(SMALL(COUNTIF(Feed, "<"&Feed), ROW(1:1)), COUNTIF(Feed, "<"&Feed), 0)) then CtrlShiftEnter.
zeddyLast edited by zeddy; 20150918 at 12:30.

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Hi Maud
I assume the poster actually wants to replace the existing formulas in the Date column [C] with a new formula.
To do this:
create the following names:
Code:Name Refers to: blockClients =INT!$D$5:$D$27 blockDates =INT!$C$5:$C$27 blockTotals =INT!$E$5:$E$27 date1 =FEED!$C$3 date2 =FEED!$D$3 dateRange =(date1<=blockDates)*(date2>=blockDates)*blockDates excludedCount =SUM(NOT((date1<=blockDates)*(date2>=blockDates)))
=IF(ROWS($C$7:$C7)>dateCount,"",INDEX(INT!$C$5:$C$ 27,SMALL(IF(($C$3<=blockDates)*($D$3>=blockDates), ROW(blockDates)4),ROWS($C$7:$C7))))
..you can now use this new simpler array formula to return the 'sorted' dates
=IFERROR(SMALL(dateRange,ROW(1:1)+excludedCount)," ")
..use [Ctrl][Shift][Enter] to enter this array formula, and copy down as required.
You can replace the existing formulas in column [C].However, you will also need updated formulas for the Clients and Total columns.
(I have left this for others to have a go)
see attached file.Last edited by zeddy; 20150918 at 16:27. Reason: typo

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Zeddy,
Thanks for picking up on that. I was modifying an existing formula and missed it.

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Hi Maud
..any suggestions for replacement formulas for corresponding columns Clients and Total as per my post#7 file? I would be very interested in solutions.
zeddy

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OK, here is the solution to the posters request.
The Dates are sorted (in ascending order) using array formulas and without using helper columns.
New array formulas in columns [D] and [E] are used to ensure the corresponding Clients and Total columns are 'synchronised' with the newly sorted dates.
If there are multiple entries for the same date (for example, 02/02/2015 in the posted example file), then the Client and Total will be as per the existing order as they appear on the [INT] sheet.
(So, in the example posted, Client 3 comes before Client 1 for the date 02/02/2015 as this is their order on sheet [INT]
To test my posted file, change the start date in cell [c3] on sheet [FEED] to 01/01/2015 to see results.
You can also make data changes to sheet [INT]
An interesting challenge to do this without vba and without helper columns.
My solution makes use of named ranges.
NOTE:
In Excel, all Named ranges are really 'named formulas' (thats why in the Define Name dialog box, the Refers to: field always starts with an equal sign  it's because it's a formula!!)
And just for good measure, all named formulas are treated as arrayentered!
zeddy

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Thanks a lot everybody
Thank you very much for this great solution..