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Post on 9-14-2016 18:34:07 | All posts |Read mode
Hello,
I set up a task list in my outlook and gave folder permission to a few other people so that we can work on the same task list together.
I would like them, as well as my self, to be able to edit this list and that seemed like the best way to go about it.
However, what I would like to do is to be able to track who actually created the new task and who modified it last.
Right now, any new tasks show up under my name since it is in my folder so no one can tell who created the task or who edited it last.
Can anyone help with this?
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Please take a few minutes to read the Forum Rules about thread titles, and then amend yours accordingly.
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Post on 12-7-2016 01:36:48 | All posts



Formula in C1 and copied down
=IF(B1=A1,X,)








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    Post on 12-7-2016 01:56:01 | All posts



    Try the following in C1, for example:
    =IF(ABS(A1-B1)=1, x, )
    You might want to allow for the possibility that A or B is blank, to wit:
    =IF(OR(A1=,B1=,ABS(A1-B1)1), , x)










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    Your post does not comply with Rule 1 of our Forum
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