I have a spreadsheet that contains a list of dates: What I need is a formula that will count the number of cells that hava a date more than 6 months old. I also would like the field automated so I don't have to change the date manually every day.
=COUNTIF(S5:S593,"<2012/06/18") This formula will give the correct read out, but I must change the date manually.
My attempts at adding a =today() command in place of the date result in 0 being the result (not correct)
This is what I have tried: =COUNTIF(S5:S593,"<"=TODAY()-"183")
I have dates in column A a6:a5000. I need a formula to add a remark "Today" in column B for the current date. In short the remark in column B should display the remark "Today" for the current date daily. The dates in column A are in 'DD MM YYYY'.
this is my first post and i was a little unsure as to whether to put this in the General or VB/Macros forum, because it kind of involves both.
i'm trying to write a macro that inserts a formula that uses the date of the day that it was run (that is, i don't want it to be volatile like TODAY() and NOW(), but i don't want to have to manually type in the date into each formula).
is there a way that i can write a formula that uses the date of the day it is entered into the cell, or write a macro that adds today's date (perhaps using ActiveCell.Value = Date) and then writes a formula around that?
Looking for a little help with the following formula =CONCATENATE("August 07 -",TODAY()," Evening Instructor") After entering this formula today is displayed as a serial number. I'd like it to display as current month/current day/current year (11/28/08)
What i have in cell D3 is the formula 'Today ()' to show the date formatted like so. January 2012.
In cells B1,B4,B7,B10,B13,B16,B19,B22,B25,B28,B31,B34 are results showing targets for set each month of the year (B1=January, B2=February etc). What i want to do in cell D4 is show the target for the month that we are in, in other words the target for the month showing in cell D3.
formula that will count the number of times the name 'SIMON' appears in column C:C but here is the catch: I only want to know how many times that name has appeared over the course of the previous week. IE NOW - 7days
I am trying to create a formula that will count days since an incident. Column A will have each day of the year in it Column 2, I would like to have 0 in it for each day In the event of an incident, I will replace the 0 with a 1 - but this should only happen on the date, rather than be maintained daily, if you take my point. I would like it to return a value based on todays date, counting the days in between today, and the last 1 entered. It is to cover the whole year.
However, if the reference cell is blank the formula automatically triggers to put in "PAST DUE" as the value. I would like to modify this formula so if the reference cell is blank that this cell will also remain blank. I've tried a few different options, but I'm getting an "too many arguments" error on what I've tried.
Iíve been searching the forum but am struggling to find exactly the information I need!
Iím trying to get a column of cells to update with the date that the cells contents change to ďYĒ. I had been using the formula =IF(I7="Y",TODAY(),"-") in cell J7 but this updates the date every day. I need this date to remain the same as when itís first populated.
Iíve been trying to cut and paste text from existing posts into the Visual Basic code but am new to this so am not getting the results I need. I had tried:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Excel.Range) 'will put date in column B when something is put in A If Target.Column = 9 Then Target.Offset(0, 1).Value = Date End If End Sub
But this caused all sorts of problems! I then tried messing around with:
Option Compare Text Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Excel.Range) On Error GoTo enditall Application.EnableEvents = False If Target.Column = "I" Then If Target.Value = "Y" Then Excel.Range("J").Value = Date End If End If enditall: Application.EnableEvents = True End Sub
But this doesnít work either. In fact, both these codes are probably riddled with errors as Iíve been trying to learn by trial and error!
I'm trying to create a formula in Col D that will give me the difference of (Todays) Month/Date and (Date of Hire). The shaded rows at the end do not provide a correct answer.
How do I make the Column formula eliminate the 1 (due to hire mnth/day falling between 1/1 and current mnth/day). I've put about 30 hours in this formula, tried it many different ways. . . and realize I just can't get it.
I'm all for redoing the whole spreadsheet if you have a better way of doing vacation accruals
I have a workbook which contains 1 spreadsheet that contains data entry for approximately 20 employees. The workbook then contains a separate sheet for each employee to display the detailed information
Column A stores the dates from Jan1 to Dec 31 Row 1 contains the employees names. The data entered consists of approximatle 4 different 1-letter codes as to what transaction occurred that particular day.
What I would like to do now is be able to count the number of cells that contain a code for 2 different time periods. I would like for it to count 2 weeks ago and separately count 2 weeks in the future.
In trying to get this last calculation, I've added a column for WEEKNUM next to the date (column B) and used somethign along the lines of =CountIF(C2:c366,Weeknum(Now()-2)) and also tried +2. Neither have worked.
See attached document, there are 11 cells in which will either contain Yes or No. Looking at the different combinations that there can be there can only ever be 9 out of the 11 cells being used or 10 out of 11 being used.
Also the last question (Row 25) could be filled N/A if this occurs I would like the formula not to count that. Is there a counting formula or IF formula which can be done to help me out?
i have a spreadsheet that acquires data from 42 other worksheet and in a row of cells it has yes or no at the bottom of that row i have =COUNTIF(A2:A34,"YES"). But it will not count the yes' because the cells that it is trying to count all have formulas in them like =tues!A34 or similar is there a different formula i can use to still count the yes' even in a cell containing a formula?
I am using the following formula to calculate the number of responses:
=COUNTIF([Cleanliness of Environment:],"None of the above")
However, I only want the number of cells which contain words other than "None of the above". The formula is counting empty cells. Is there a way to weed out the empty cells and receive a tally of only cells with words other than "None of the above" in them?
It's been awhile since I've used excel formulas so I'm very rusty but I need to count the number of times I see a particular item in a list as long as it has another criteria as well. Example List and Result are below: I want to count the number of AAA Rewards that Alex has....
List #DateEmployeeAmountReward Type 14/17/07Alex$5.00AAA Reward 24/19/07Joe $10.00AAA Reward 34/19/07Alex $5.00 Store Certificate 44/20/07Alex $10.00 AAA Reward
Result Employee # AAA Reward Amount # Store Certificates Amount Alex Brian Joe