Auto updating excel sheet
It is possible to display several items using some complex formulas, but it might be a better idea to summarize the data in some way if this is required.
One common solution is to use pivot tables and slicers to quickly extract data for specific date ranges.
I was asked to build a spreadsheet that could keep track of the loans.
The sheet I built for general tracking is just too complicated, and overwhelming for a quick glance on when a loan is closing, and what is the next course of action available.
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Apologies if this seems difficult to work through, I'm sure it would work but I haven't the faintest idea on how to realize this goal.
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