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# Formula Help - It's got me stumped!

Hi everyone, Looking for a formula which I'm sure is possible but it's got me stumped. I have a table that I'm wanting to add a formula to that brings back the date in the table header based on the last populated cell. I have added a picture as an example. The example would be for "Text 1" row, based on the last cell being populated by 40% I would like it to return the end date of 31-08-19 (hope this is making sense). For "Text 7" row, based on the last cell being populated by 100% I would like it to return the end date of 30-04-19. Any help would be great. Thank you :-) Paula

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# Re: Formula Help - It's got me stumped!

Assuming your screen shot is in A1:K8, your formula in K2, copied down to K8 is:
=INDEX(A\$1:J\$1,
COUNTA(A2:J2))

# Re: Formula Help - It's got me stumped!

@Twifoo  Thank you much for this :-)

This worked a treat.

# Re: Formula Help - It's got me stumped!

You're very much welcome.
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