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Trying to create a sign-up list using calculated columns

  Asked By: Grayson    Date: Mar 22    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 3092

I was hoping to create a quick sign-up list for volunteering at an
event. The options are 3-4 hour shifts between 5-10PM on a Saturday
or 2-10PM on a Sunday.

Initially, the options were similar for both days, so I created a
choice for arrival time (2,3,4,5,6,7) and a choice for # of hours
(3,4,5). I then created a "shift" column using this formula:
=[Arrival Time (PM)]&"PM to "&[Arrival Time (PM)]+[# of Hours You
Can Work]&"PM"

This was cool and worked pretty well, but now that it's only 5-10PM
for one of the days, I was trying some more sophisticated formulas.
I was trying to block them from signing up for 2,3, or 4 if they
choose Saturday.

Anyway, this is totally silly, but I really want to learn as much as
I can about the calculated column options. I got giddy with delight
when I set up the simple one, so please help me do something even
better!
I've been reading through the MS help files on
calculated columns, but I'm not finding exactly what I need. Maybe
it doesn't exist unless you write some code somewhere...

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Answer #1    Answered By: Sharonda Mcfarland     Answered On: Mar 22

IMHO, calculated  columns are the best part of SharePoint online help.
For the most part, calculated columns  are restricted to the kind of
functionality that you would find in an Excel spreadsheet as long as all
the data that you need is in the immediate row (listitem).

 
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