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I have a series of columns. The first row contains dates. Each section of columns ends with a total column that is structured with the year followed by a forward slash symbol, and the month for the particular data set.
I want to be able to write an IF statement where I can single out these total columns, then convert all values in those columns to null (so ultimately these columns can be dynamically filtered out of the data set).
It is important to note that the position of these total columns changes with different data inputs. In the screenshot below, it happens to be in column F34, but if I used, for example, April data, it may be in column F46, or something along those lines.
I'm thinking the formula would be something like the following:
IF [any column] CONTAINS "/*" THEN NULL() ELSE NULL()
The * would represent a wildcard character for any string value, or value that is not a number following the forward slash symbol.
Thank you for your input. This does position F1 and F2 where they need to be, however I'm still experiencing the issue where the two inputs are essentially stacked on top of each other. I want rows 2 through 6 to be moved down to 8 through 12. Does this make sense? Would it make sense to use a different type of join tool for this purpose?