I've built a calendar in excel to track transactions per day. At the top of each calendar square is the date (1 - 31 obviously) and underneath I list transactions (+/-). At the bottom of each calendar square is the sum of those transactions, pitifully simple I know. I'd like to have a cell that displays the subtotal for the current day when I open the spreadsheet. I've been using this:

=HLOOKUP(J88,A75:U83,9,FALSE)

IN J88 I've put =DAY(TODAY()) and A75:U83 are the coordinates of my "calendar square" and "9" equals the number of rows down where my subtotal box is. This solution works fine if row 75 is the top row but if I wanted to expand it it doesn't work. I would imagine there's a simpiler way to have a formula search a worksheet for a specific number (date) which is today's date / number and then return the information from a certain number of rows down. I hope this makes sense! Please help!

-msimone