Ranking dates based off year to create unique transaction #

dlmoore99

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Hello community, I've been racking my brain for a while now and need help. I'm trying to create unique transaction #'s based of the transaction date. Issue is that I need to start the transaction date over every year. I'm using Rank and Countifs functions combined to help create the Transaction ID but can't figure out how to start the numbering over for each year. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Book1.xlsx
ABCD
1Transaction DateID # w/duplicatesID # w/o duplicatesWhat it should look like
212/15/172017-022017-022017-02
312/12/172017-012017-012017-01
412/19/172017-032017-032017-03
512/27/172017-042017-042017-04
602/09/182018-062018-062018-02
701/15/182018-052018-052018-01
803/22/182018-072018-072018-03
903/23/182018-082018-082018-04
1003/23/182018-082018-092018-05
1103/31/182018-0102018-0102018-06
1209/17/182018-0112018-0112018-07
1310/28/182018-0122018-0122018-08
1411/03/182018-0132018-0132018-09
1501/19/192019-0142019-0142019-01
1602/07/192019-0152019-0152019-02
1708/15/192019-0162019-0162019-03
1810/04/192019-0172019-0172019-04
1903/13/202020-0182020-0182020-01
2003/13/202020-0182020-0192020-02
21
Sheet1
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
B2:B20B2=TEXT(A:A,"yyyy")&"-0"&RANK(A2,A$2:A$20,1)
C2:C20C2=TEXT(A:A,"yyyy")&"-0"&RANK(A2,A$2:A$1000,1)+COUNTIF($A$2:A2,A2)-1
Cells with Conditional Formatting
CellConditionCell FormatStop If True
A2:A20,D2:D20Cellcontains a blank value textNO
 

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Thanks for that, how about
+Fluff 1.xlsm
AC
1Transaction DateID # w/o duplicates
215/12/20172017-02
312/12/20172017-01
419/12/20172017-03
527/12/20172017-04
609/02/20182018-02
715/01/20182018-01
822/03/20182018-03
923/03/20182018-04
1023/03/20182018-05
1131/03/20182018-06
1217/09/20182018-07
1328/10/20182018-08
1403/11/20182018-09
1519/01/20192019-01
1607/02/20192019-02
1715/08/20192019-03
1804/10/20192019-04
1913/03/20202020-01
2013/03/20202020-02
21
Main
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
C2:C20C2=TEXT(A2,"yyyy-")&TEXT(MATCH(A2,AGGREGATE(15,6,$A$2:$A$100/(YEAR($A$2:$A$100)=YEAR(A2)),ROW($A$2:$A$100)-ROW(A$2)+1),0)+COUNTIFS(A$2:A2,A2)-1,"00")
 

dlmoore99

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Fluff, when I paste your formula into my spreadsheet, the cell returns #N/A, cell format in column C is General
 

Marcelo Branco

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Maybe...

D2 copied down
=TEXT(A2,"yyyy")&"-"&TEXT(SUMPRODUCT(--(YEAR($A$2:$A$20)=YEAR(A2)),--($A$2:$A$20<A2))+COUNTIFS(A$2:A2,A2),"00")

M.
 

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Pasta1
AB
1Transaction DateID# w/o duplicates
212/15/20172017-02
312/12/20172017-01
412/19/20172017-03
512/27/20172017-04
602/09/20182018-02
701/15/20182018-01
803/22/20182018-03
903/23/20182018-04
1003/23/20182018-05
1103/31/20182018-06
1209/17/20182018-07
1310/28/20182018-08
1411/03/20182018-09
1501/19/20192019-01
1602/07/20192019-02
1708/15/20192019-03
1810/04/20192019-04
1903/13/20202020-01
2003/13/20202020-02
dlmoore
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
B2:B20B2=TEXT(A2,"aaaa")&"-"&TEXT(SUMPRODUCT(--(YEAR($A$2:$A$20)=YEAR(A2)),--($A$2:$A$20<A2))+COUNTIFS(A$2:A2,A2),"00")


Replace "aaaa" by "yyyy" in the formulas ("aaaa" = Portuguese)

Hope this helps

M.
 
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dlmoore99

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Marcelo, that formula worked, Thanks to both you and Fluff for your time and knowledge.
 

Fluff

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Glad we could help & thanks for the feedback.
 

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