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gidon
Helper II
Helper II

Create a Calander

Hi

i have a date table

look like this  i want to creat a table that will be my calander , start date will be the lowst date , end date will be the highst date

in the table , the date colmun name is CUR , i want to have all date in my calader , even if they do not show the data table ,

thanks

gidon

 

 

 

FactpartcustQuantUnitPCURIV
Invoice1001100050010/10/151
Invoice2003550060011/11/142
Invoice3006700070012/12/153
Invoice20071500080003/15/134
Invoice1008900040003/12/115
Invoice2009900030003/12/096
Invoice3001900020003/12/077
Invoice4003900025008/15/128
Invoice1006900050007/07/179
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KHorseman
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Hit the New Table button. I don't know what the sample table you showed is named so I'm just going to call it TableName. Enter this formula, adapted with the correct name for your table:

 

 CalendarTable = CALENDAR(
	MIN(Tablename[CUR]),
	MAX(TableName[CUR])
)




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KHorseman
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hit the New Table button. I don't know what the sample table you showed is named so I'm just going to call it TableName. Enter this formula, adapted with the correct name for your table:

 

 CalendarTable = CALENDAR(
	MIN(Tablename[CUR]),
	MAX(TableName[CUR])
)




Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!

Proud to be a Super User!




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Amazing so easy one command  , just great

thanks

gidon

 

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