# Help With This Formula

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Move date out one month or year
Use =EDATE(A2,1) for one month later. Use EDATE(A2,12) for one year later.
Wrap it in =INT()
Code:
``=INT(your_formula)``

Hope that helps

/AJ

Or this

=ROUNDDOWN(SUM(N2,P2,R2,T2)-MAX(N2,P2,R2,T2)/3,0)

I,ve tried that. My annswer with just the formula is 1.366667 Once i add INT it becomes 1.333333? I'm stumped

Oooh. Yes. Or
Code:
``=FLOOR(your_formula, 1)``
Or xL 2010+
Code:
``=FLOOR.PRECISE(your_formula, 1)``
/AJ

I,ve tried that. My annswer with just the formula is 1.366667 Once i add INT it becomes 1.333333? I'm stumped

Can you paste the entire formula you're using there?

/AJ

i GOT IT it was =rounddown(sum(field-Max(Field))/3,0

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