Formula or VBA for excel to auto target 7 days of data of past week

determinedtoexceed

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Dear Sirs

Is there a way for excel functions or VBA to automatically target "the 7 dates of last week" and calculate the 7 days average , and taking this data to shown on for example cell AAA9?

Book1
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX
1
2MonTueWedThuFriSatSunMonTueWedThuFriSatSunMonTueWedThuFriSat
3Item 2019/11/182019/11/192019/11/202019/11/212019/11/222019/11/232019/11/242019/11/252019/11/262019/11/272019/11/282019/11/292019/11/30Nov. FCSTNov. Actual vs FCSTNov. sales order issued2019/12/12019/12/22019/12/32019/12/42019/12/52019/12/62019/12/7
40006TW-816-641-524-714-611-680-962-816-642-666-855-92316360102.74%-16808-8-1062-1370
50036TW-486-452-325-362-358-56-1-549-502-424-465-450-6098601129.39%-11129-723-1080
60049TW-188-141-125-132-147-170-175-199-161-134-170-2063152114.28%-3602-194-330
Sheet1

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Rijnsent

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Hi there,
I'd go for a =AVERAGEIFS formula, where you have two conditions, something in this direction:
AAA9: =AVERAGEIFS (A9:ZZ9,A$3:ZZ$3,">="&DATE(2019,12,12),A$3:ZZ$3,"<="&DATE(2019,12,19))
Cheers,
Koen
 

determinedtoexceed

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Hi there,
I'd go for a =AVERAGEIFS formula, where you have two conditions, something in this direction:
AAA9: =AVERAGEIFS (A9:ZZ9,A$3:ZZ$3,">="&DATE(2019,12,12),A$3:ZZ$3,"<="&DATE(2019,12,19))
Cheers,
Koen
Hi Rijin,

thank you, but is there a way without manually input =DATE(*,*), which the system can automatically recognize "when was past week"

sorry for the late reply.
 

Rijnsent

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Try TODAY() and TODAY()-7... Or you'd have to come up with with a fancier "past week" definition, could e.g. be =TODAY()-WEEKDAY(TODAY(),2) -> this will always give you last sunday.
Cheers,
Koen
 

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