calulate start date +91 days

Turkman57

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I'm useing a excel to set up a testing schedual. is there a way to put in a start date and add 91 days to the result?
 

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Aladin Akyurek

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On 2002-10-19 15:32, Turkman57 wrote:
I'm useing a excel to set up a testing schedual. is there a way to put in a start date and add 91 days to the result?

=A1+91

where A1 houses a start date.
 

Jack in the UK

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Hi

Would you like a UDF to make the date you input in a cell say column A be changed when you press enter to become your date entered adding 91 days ---

or

this result in a different cell / column

Jack
 

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