Max and Min Dates multiple criteria

jingamells

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I am trying to populate two columns with min and max dates based on multiple criteria matching (ID and Ref number).
I could probably do a multiple IF but sure there is a better way? B
elow is an extract of data. I am trying to populate the last two columns (first and last Appt date) with the values shown from the Appt date column when ID and ref number are the same

Many thanks in advance.

ID
Appt Date
Ref_Date
Referral Number
First Appt Date
Last Appt Date
U0110951
15/02/2016
05/03/2014
1
04/04/2016
15/02/2016
U0110951
04/04/2016
05/03/2014
1
04/04/2016
15/02/2016
U0110951
24/09/2015
07/07/2015
2
24/09/2015
19/10/2015
U0110951
19/10/2015
07/07/2015
2
24/09/2015
19/10/2015
U0110951
10/05/2016
11/04/2016
3
10/05/2016
10/05/2016
U0110951
07/09/2016
19/08/2016
4
07/09/2016
14/07/2017
U0110951
21/09/2016
19/08/2016
4
07/09/2016
14/07/2017
U0110951
21/10/2016
19/08/2016
4
07/09/2016
14/07/2017
U0110951
23/11/2016
19/08/2016
4
07/09/2016
14/07/2017
U0110951
08/02/2017
19/08/2016
4
07/09/2016
14/07/2017
U0110951
22/03/2017
19/08/2016
4
07/09/2016
14/07/2017
U0110951
29/03/2017
19/08/2016
4
07/09/2016
14/07/2017
U0110951
09/05/2017
19/08/2016
4
07/09/2016
14/07/2017
U0110951
31/05/2017
19/08/2016
4
07/09/2016
14/07/2017
U0110951
15/06/2017
19/08/2016
4
07/09/2016
14/07/2017
U0110951
14/07/2017
19/08/2016
4
07/09/2016
14/07/2017

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Aladin Akyurek

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1. If you have MINIFS, in E2 just enter and copy down:

=MINIFS($B$2:$B$17,$A$2:$A$17,$A2,$D2:$D$17,$D2)

Otherwise, in E2 control+shift+enter, not just enter, and copy down

=MIN(IF($A$2:$A$17=$A2,IF($D$2:$D$17=$D2,$B$2:$B$17)))

2. If you have MAXIFS, in F2 just enter and copy down:

=MAXIFS($B$2:$B$17,$A$2:$A$17,$A2,$D2:$D$17,$D2)

Otherwise, in F2 control+shift+enter, not just enter, and copy down

=MAX(IF($A$2:$A$17=$A2,IF($D$2:$D$17=$D2,$B$2:$B$17)))
 

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