Macro To Hide The Columns That Contains Date < Today
My spread sheet is a church offering register that is used to record weekly contributions. Column A contains the names of the individual contributors. Columns B through BA are used to record the weekly contributions for each of the 52 weeks of the year. Row 1 of columns B through BA contains the Sunday date MM/DD/YYYY.
I would like to have a macro that would scan those cells looking for a date < today. If that condition is true, I would like to hide that column. When date = today or date > today the macro can end. The goal is to have display the current week's column immediately following Column A.
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