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    Year-to-date (Excell 2000 SR-1)

    How do I set up an automatic year-to-date column? What we called a generation data group (GDG) back when I was a COBOL programmer using JCL.

    What I'm after is a way to have the totals from last week show up in a column next to this week's results so I can keep a running total.

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    Re: Year-to-date (Excell 2000 SR-1)

    Can you give us a better description of what your data looks like, and exactly what you are trying to accomplish? Maybe show us an example?
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    Re: Year-to-date (Excell 2000 SR-1)

    I'm the bookkeeper for an NFL football pool. Every week each contestant gives me his/her picks for all the games of the coming week. On Tuesday I score the pool; each player gets a number of points between -20 and 20. So that's this weeks score.

    The winner is decided at the end of the regular season, however, so I need a running total. I want to automate the process of adding this week's score to the total as of last week. Since the weeks change, I can't just get sheet 8, for instance. If this Tuesday I want the totals from the 8th week, next week I'll want the 9th week.

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    Re: Year-to-date (Excell 2000 SR-1)

    Attached is a very simple approach. It helps to post a sample workbook so any proposed solution fits your layout. If each player is on a separate sheet, you could either bring the results to an intermediate summary like the attached, or do the index function on each separate sheet and bring the final results to a summary page.
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    Re: Year-to-date (Excell 2000 SR-1)

    Assuming you are talking the US NFL 2001 regular season, you can automate the week number in my wimpy effort with the formula =ROUNDDOWN((NOW()-DATEVALUE("09/09/2001"))/7+1,0). Don't get behind in your recordkeeping though!

    Also, as I re-read your question, <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.wopr.com/cgi-bin/w3t/showflat.pl?Cat=&Board=xl&Number=38848>this</A> thread may be of conceptual use, just convert the months to season weeks.
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