Create Summary Sheet Index/match/sum

gomukuma

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I have an attendance worksheet set up on a 3 month basis as below (no monthly total just each day)...


THURSSUNWEDTHURSSUNWEDTHURSSUNWEDTHURSSUNWEDTHURS
Real NameTeam2-Jan5-Jan8-Jan9-Jan12-Jan15-Jan16-Jan19-Jan22-Jan23-Jan26-Jan29-Jan30-Jan
Aillee MacDonaldUnrostered00
Ailsa CaineUnrostered00

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</tbody>


The 1 and 0 represent attendance. I have then set up a separate summary sheet for people to be able to see the total numbers of sessions a person has attended in in each month compared to the number allowed and then a 3 month summary


JanuaryFebruaryMarch3 month Jan-Mar
NameTeam StatusAttenPoss%AttenPoss%AttenPoss%AttenPoss%
Antonia ListerBelter 5 51002540 000%
Belinda CarrBelter 000%
Claudia KaminskiBelter 000%

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I thought i could use an index/match/sum to populate the Atten column in sheet 2 from the information in sheet 1, but i'm not sure how, i'd have to fit a sum into it as there are no totals in sheet 1. The names are not in the same order in sheet 2 as in sheet 1.

Does anyone have any ideas on how i can do it?

Thanks!
 

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oldbrewer

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THURSSUNWEDTHURSSUNWEDTHURSSUNWEDTHURSSUNWEDTHURSmaxposs
Real NameTeam02-Jan05-Jan08-Jan09-Jan12-Jan15-Jan16-Jan19-Jan22-Jan23-Jan26-Jan29-Jan30-Jan13
Aillee MacDonaldUnrostered001110111111110
Ailsa CaineUnrostered001111111111111
fredsupport111100111111111
billsupport111111111011112
%
bill1292.30769
Aillee MacDonald1076.92308
Ailsa Caine1184.61538
fred1184.61538
this is for one month if there were 3 months like this easy to give 3 month summary order of names does not matter

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