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Old 02-21-2017, 07:15 AM
ross.lowe ross.lowe is offline NEED: Formula for referencing data in two files Mac OS X NEED: Formula for referencing data in two files Office 2016
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Inexperienced excel user here...

I have two files that I need to reference. These files include customer sales (1 from last quarter and 1 from this quarter). I need to input a formula that will determine who ordered last quarter and this quarter as well as who ordered last quarter but not this quarter.

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Old 02-21-2017, 09:34 AM
gebobs gebobs is offline NEED: Formula for referencing data in two files Windows 7 64bit NEED: Formula for referencing data in two files Office 2010 64bit
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