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caravan

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can anyone help me with the following formula request. I want to create a formula that will show the date, 28 days from now and then continue this for the next 28 days and so on. Also is it possible to have a formula that will allow you to create a formula which will calculate the date 28 days on even if the date entered in the cell is within the 28 days previously stated.

Not experienced in Excel so don't have any understanding of macros yet.
 

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Peter_SSs

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caravan

Welcome to the Mr Excel board!

You may need to spell out in more detail just what you are trying to do. That is what do you want and in what cells.

However, to get you started, the date 28 days from today is:
=TODAY() + 28
 
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Create a column of data with 28 in the first cell F1 and the formula =28+F1 in the cell F2 and move 28+F2 in cell F3 and so on. Put a date in cell D1 as 26/9/2006 in cell D2 enter the formula =$D$1+F1 In the cell D3 enter the formula $D$1+F2 and so on. This will create a column of dates 28 days apart.
 

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