Lookup Name and Title and then Substract Balance

DShack

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Office Version
  1. 365
  2. 2019
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  1. Windows
Hello All,

i'm trying to write a formula that combines name, leave type, and amount of hours all separated by a dash in a calendar that then references their remaining balance on the main page and substracts the amount of hours. Please see below the screen shots of what i am talking about and trying to perform. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Back to EE's</SPAN> ~ January 2014 ~</SPAN> Feb 2014>></SPAN>
Sunday</SPAN>Monday</SPAN>Tuesday</SPAN>Wednesday</SPAN>Thursday</SPAN>Friday</SPAN>Saturday</SPAN>
1</SPAN>New Year's Day</SPAN>2</SPAN> 3</SPAN> 4</SPAN>
5</SPAN> 6</SPAN> 7</SPAN> 8</SPAN> 9</SPAN> 10</SPAN> 11</SPAN>
Christa - Vac - 4</SPAN>
12</SPAN> 13</SPAN> 14</SPAN> 15</SPAN> 16</SPAN> 17</SPAN> 18</SPAN>
Christa - Vac - 8</SPAN>Christa - Vac - 8</SPAN>Christa - Vac - 8</SPAN>Christa - Vac - 8</SPAN>Hannah - Vac - 8</SPAN>
Christa - Vac - 8</SPAN>
19</SPAN> 20</SPAN>Martin Luther King</SPAN>21</SPAN> 22</SPAN> 23</SPAN> 24</SPAN> 25</SPAN>
Jane - Per - 8</SPAN>
26</SPAN> 27</SPAN> 28</SPAN> 29</SPAN> 30</SPAN> 31</SPAN> Notes:</SPAN>

<TBODY>
</TBODY><COLGROUP><COL><COL><COL><COL><COL><COL><COL><COL><COL><COL><COL><COL><COL><COL></COLGROUP>

Name</SPAN>LV Type</SPAN>Balance</SPAN>Taken</SPAN>Remaining</SPAN>
Kristine</SPAN>Vac</SPAN>200</SPAN>200</SPAN>
Kristine</SPAN>Per</SPAN>16</SPAN>16</SPAN>
Hannah</SPAN>Vac</SPAN>80</SPAN>24</SPAN>56</SPAN>
Hannah</SPAN>Per</SPAN>16</SPAN>16</SPAN>
Jane</SPAN>Vac</SPAN>120</SPAN>120</SPAN>0</SPAN>
Jane</SPAN>Per</SPAN>16</SPAN>16</SPAN>0</SPAN>
Deloris</SPAN>Vac</SPAN>160</SPAN>24</SPAN>136</SPAN>
Deloris</SPAN>Per</SPAN>16</SPAN>16</SPAN>
Deb</SPAN>Vac</SPAN>120</SPAN>120</SPAN>
Deb</SPAN>Per</SPAN>16</SPAN>16</SPAN>
Corien</SPAN>Vac</SPAN>120</SPAN>120</SPAN>
Corien</SPAN>Per</SPAN>16</SPAN>16</SPAN>
Christa</SPAN>Vac</SPAN>120</SPAN>120</SPAN>
Christa</SPAN>Per</SPAN>16</SPAN>16</SPAN>
Megan</SPAN>Vac</SPAN>120</SPAN>12</SPAN>108</SPAN>
Megan</SPAN>Per</SPAN>16</SPAN>16
</SPAN>

<TBODY>
</TBODY><COLGROUP><COL><COL><COL><COL><COL></COLGROUP>
 

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