Nade85

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Need to filter a list of ID's (with multiple entries per ID) which includes end dates for events and a "day count." Ultimately, I need to get the number of ID's (not which IDs, just a count of them) that have exceeded a "day count" (say 220 in a year or 400 in a two year window). Each row is an event with an associated day count and the ID that was involved. Columns below are A through J. "Consecutive Days" is what I want added up per "ID" based on a calendar year from the "Adj End Date" column. I can figure out number of individual ID's later so long as this list gets filtered down to just those exceeding a defined "day count." I'm working on more than 500,000 events in the spreadsheet. Obviously building a query in Access would be better suited but I've got to work on that and its going to take too long.

IDCategory CodePurpose CodeBegin DateProj End DateEnd DateAdj End DateConsecutive_Begin_DateConsecutive_End_DateConsecutive_Days
102378AO16-Jan-1725-Jan-1725-Jan-1725-Jan-1716-Jan-1725-Jan-179
102378AO15-Mar-1707-Aug-1708-Aug-1708-Aug-1715-Mar-1708-Aug-17146
102378AA29-May-1801-Jun-1801-Jun-1801-Jun-1829-May-1801-Jun-183
102378CM15-Jun-1829-Jun-1829-Jun-1829-Jun-1815-Jun-1829-Jun-1814
102378CZ06-Mar-1931-Dec-19 31-Dec-1906-Mar-1931-Dec-19300
302100AA18-Oct-1818-May-1928-Apr-1928-Apr-1918-Oct-1828-Apr-19192
65547AA21-Jan-1721-Jul-1720-Jul-1720-Jul-1721-Jan-1720-Jul-17180
 

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