Using Excel, given a list of contracts and due dates for annual maintenance fees. You wish to determine when you have a contract due in the next 45 days and provide a note that warns you that the payment is due.

Using Excel, given a list of contracts and due dates for annual maintenance fees. You wish to determine when you have a contract due in the next 45 days and provide a note that warns you that the

payment is due.

One way of providing a note could be with a formula like this on the place where you want the note to appear:
=IF(TODAY()+45>A1,"Warning: Payment is coming due","")
Change the reference from A1 to the cell with the due date. [ You can format the cell as you want, to make sure that the note is visible. ]

Using Excel, given a list of contracts and due dates for annual maintenance fees. You wish to determine when you have a contract due in the next 45 days and provide a note that warns you that the payment is due.

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