Date formula referencing another cell

jmurphyamodeo

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I have a spreadsheet where I have dates in Column b and numbers in column F. I would like to reference the cell in column F that is in the same row of the corresponding date that is within this week in column B.
I have tried VLOOKUP but cannot produce a formula based on date within the current week.
 

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Roderick_E

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The question isn't clear but it sounds like you will need a column using =weeknum(B2) Which will give the week number and then look into using
index and match to return the value from column F.
 

jmurphyamodeo

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The question isn't clear but it sounds like you will need a column using =weeknum(B2) Which will give the week number and then look into using
index and match to return the value from column F.

Sorry, it's tricky to explain. - below is the data.
ContractForest Grove
DatesRequired Hours4.00Hours OwingRunning Total
2016-02-292016-03-04 1.003.003.00
2016-03-072016-03-11 4.000.003.00
2016-03-142016-03-18 4.000.003.00
2016-03-212016-03-23 4.007.00

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I am trying to have the cell next to Forest Grove to return the result of 7.00. But next week I want it to show the cell that would be below the 7. I only want to see the current running total next to the header. Does that help? I feel like I've been starting at this too long.
 

Peter_SSs

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Can you clarify what "within this week" means for you?
Some people consider that a week starts on a Monday & ends on Sunday, others use Sunday - Saturday etc
 

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