Excel schedule with repeating days

waikikivb2020

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Hi! I'm creating a schedule for multiple volleyball courts within one facility that assign teams to a specific court number on a specific day(s). As an example, I want to be able to input:

Team Name: Team A
Practice Start Date: 11/1/2020
Practice Start Time: 5:00pm
Practice End Date: 5/31/2021
Practice End Time: 7:00pm
Court #1
Day(s) of Week: Monday, Thursday

And have it then build a master schedule that populates that team's name every Monday and Thursday from 5-7pm from 11/1-5/31. The problem I'm running into is being able to assign to a specific court, being able to assign multiple days per week (e.g., a team will practice at the same time on Tuesdays and Thursdays every week), and being able to carry the formula across multiple weeks. Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
 

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CyrusTheVirus

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Welcome to the forums, though I'm a little confused on your expected end results. Can you show exactly how you are envisioning it working? Obviously, exclude the formulas, just show what you want it to look like (both tables).
 

waikikivb2020

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Actually I think I found a simpler way to do it so nevermind! Thanks anyways.
 

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