Excel formulas not auto updating

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Doe John 7/23/2016 N/A Joe, Jane 7/28/2016 To Processing Unknown 7/25/2016 Started Above is the preferred data, simple and clean, it should work well within a calendar.

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.

In the Create Table dialog box, if your data has headers, please check My table has headers option, then click OK. And the data range is formatted as a table, see screenshot: 4.

Now, when you add values for June, and the chart will be updated automatically. Your new entering data must be adjacent to the above data, it means there is no blank rows or columns between the new data and the existing data. In the table, you are able to insert data between the existing values.

I'd like to update only the original (and currently extant) spreadsheet with loads of details.

It’s actually for this reason that I covered this, as it came up as a question in my Power Query forum.

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.

I was asked to keep the sheet from Outlook's calendar, but as far as I know it should be relatively easy to add a sheet to the workbook with a calendar included in it.

The reason the formulas didn’t fill correctly for us is different now.

It is entirely based on the fact the formula in the last column is no longer consistent.

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