I have 2 data columns (Date and Loan) and 2 columns (Previous Day and Next Day) needing formulas: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Previous Day formula needs to check if the loan appeared on the day prior; Example: So B5 entered on 11/03 appeared also on 10/31, so it should get a YES in C5. etc. Same for B8, it was entered on 11/05 and appeared on the previous day, even though it was not on 11/04, the previous day here was 11/03. Next Day formula needs to do the same, except for the day after. Of course 11/05 will be empty, since there is no next day yet; Example: Just like B8 and B4. B4 was entered on 11/03. Since there is no 11/04, the next day is 11/05. So B4 will get a YES in D4. Problem is that the date column can skip days. As seen by going from 11/03 to 11/05. Therefore I cannot use the WORKDAY -1 formula. Previous Day column example: in C3 I need a formula that can calculate the next lowest date based on the date in A3. Next Day column example: in D4 I need a formula that can calculate the next highest date based on the date in A4. I hope to stay away from array formulas since they seem to slow down my excel book. Thanks for your help...
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