I am trying to construct a schedule of tasks to be done by certain dates. If the last day of the month is entered (say 11/31/09) in a cell, is it possible to find out the date for the third Thursday of November or the first Wednesday or the last Friday?

I am trying to calculate the Date of the next occurring 3rd Friday of the month in relation to a Static Date in a cell. So if Static Date in cell is Tuesday of the second week of a month, then I am trying to return the date of the 3rd Friday of that month. If the static date in the cell is the third friday of the month, I just want to return that particular date. And if the static date is after the 3rd Friday of the month, I am trying to return the 3rd friday of the following month. So far here is the formula I am using:

The problem I have is that if the static date is after the third friday of the month, this continues to return the 3rd friday of the month of the static date and does not advance to the third friday of the following month. Looks like I cannot attached a sample spreadsheet but here is a screenshot of the sample sheet:

I have a list of dates in Col A, then data in B. I want to take an average of the data between the first Tuesday of every month. What's the best way to do this?

So in Jan 2014, that would be all data from the 7th until the 4th. Inclusive of the 7th, not inclusive of the 4th.

I am wondering if anyone could possibly help me figure out an excel function that would allow me to make a list of payments by year (from 2008 to 2015) that are received on the second tuesday of every month.

If there's one thing I really wish I understood more in Excel its how to use formulas to calculate days and times.

I'm looking for a formula that will give me the date of the last Friday in a month based on another date. I have the formula below at the moment that works quite nicely for March 2012 but not for any others. It's getting the 5 at the end to be more flexible that's got me stumped.

In A3, B3, and C3 I need to have the first Monday, Thursday, and Friday of the month. Here's the caveat, I need A3 to have the day that comes earliest in the month.

In this case, A3 would contain 8/1/08 since it's the first Friday, B3 would have 8/4/08 as the first Monday, then C3 would have 8/7/08 as the first Thrusday.

If A1 contained 7/1/08 then A3 would have 7/3/07 as the first Thursday with Friday and Monday following.

How to write a VBA code so that it would calculate the date of the previous Friday and from there Return the date exactly 1 month before; on any given day.

For example... today is may 8th

So if I run the code the dates returned for last friday should be 05/02/2014 and 04/04/2014 should be returned AS the DATE exactly a month from 05/02/2014

I have a drop down box that chooses the week number of the year (This is based off of a series of data from another sheet).

I need some kind of formula that calculates the following Friday based on a week number. Say for this year (2012) The following Friday for "week 1" is 1/13/12.

(This is for payroll information and I'm trying to calculate the pay date based of of data from that week)

I have a spreadsheet that has columns of monthly values for three years of financial data and where the values for the latest month are added to the last column. Months that have not been completed will have a zero value (e.g. Jul-09).

I have the formulas below that work great. The issue is they are all based on Today. I need them to read cell B2 and base them on that instead of today.

Example: Today is Tuesday 5/13/14. So if I put in =TODAY()+7-WEEKDAY(TODAY()-6) it will give me this coming up fridays date 5/16/14. Perfect.

I want to add something to that so it looks at B2 instead of today, so if B2 had 6/16/14 (falls on a Monday) as a value it would give me 6/20/14(that is the next friday after 6/16/14).

I'm looking for a way to calculate (name) a fiscal month based on a date range. Example attached. Columns A & B are a date range and column D is the desired outcome. I'd prefer a formula solution, but am open to anything as I haven't a clue how to begin with this.

I'm working on a Calendar. One where all the user does is input the year, and the rest of the Calendar fills itself out, as to the days.

Leap year is causing a small problem. There may be an easier way to do this (actually, I'm sure there is, but anyway), is there a way for a cell to automatically figure the last day of the month?

IE: I put "2007" in a field. Another cell auto matically reads as "28" (last day of Feb for this year). Subsequently, when I enter "2008", the same field reads "29".

The rest I think I got ok, but everytime I get a leap year, it shoves all my formulas down a cell, thanks to the extra day, and they're all off by one (February calendar showing last day as "01" from March, and "29" as the first day for March, from Feb).

I have been using Excel for a while but i'm kinda stuck at one point where i have to calculate the sum of the numbers corresponding to the month of the data.

Column 1 has all the dates in different months - in this workbook i've included only jan, feb and mar. The second column has the counts corresponding to the dates.

Now if a user inputs the month (1,2,3) number in F2, then we need to compute the sum of all the numbers from second column corresponding to the month in column 1 and display in cell F4.

I need a formula to calculate a date 6 months forward from the start date. However, in the calculated 6th month, I need it to the day before the start date.

I have a workbook where I would like to enter the date of the starting month when the workbook is being used, and I want it to calculate in the next cell across the ending of that month.

I am attempting to create a formula that will select a value from a lookup table where that value is related to a specific date BUT that date, derived from an input date (any day within a selected month) must always be the first BUSINESS day of that month.

For example:

I have a workbook with two worksheets in it.

The first worksheet is the input page.

On that page I want to have a list of dates which display the FIRST BUSINESS DAY of a month - e.g.

Cell A1 - Date entered as 19/9/12 and displayed as 19-Sep-12 Cell B1 - NEEDS THE REQUIRED FORMUAL TO CALCULATE THE FIRST BUSINESS DAY OF THIS MONTH (SEP) (in this example, this should be 3) and displayed as 03-Sep-12 Cell C1 - Will display the value from the lookup table on worksheet 2 (see below) related to the date in B1

The second worksheet is a lookup table containing a sequential list of dates from 28-Jan-69 through to present (19-Sep-12) in Column A.

The adjacent column B contains the related value to that date (the value being a foreign exchange rate) - e.g.

Daily Date USD

29 June 2012 1.0191

1 August 2012 1.0507

[Code] ........

Worksheet 1, Cell C1 should display the value of 1.0266

For any given year, I would like to calculate the date of the third Wednesday of each month for that year, plus the interval (in weeks) between two consecutive months (Which will be either 4 or 5).

Example: Enter 2013 in cell A1 Output would be: A2 - Jan 16 A3 - Feb 20 A4 - Mar 20 A5 - Apr 17 .. A13 - Dec 18

Ive created an invoice. The data is being entered on the previous sheet & then this invoice reads the data from the previous sheet through the formulas as shown below. The data that is entered, is entered contineusly everyday, so the invoice calculates the amounts from the entire data input sheet. I need to add some controll to the invoice where I can select a starting date & an ending date, and then the amounts must be calculated on the invoice according to the selected dates.

H I J 27 Qauntity: Cost: Amount: 28 55 R 185.00 R 10,175 29 30 Net amount: R 10,175 31 Vat: R 1,424.50 32 Amount Due: R 11,599.50

Invoice [Table-It] version 09 by Erik Van Geit

RANGE FORMULA (1st cell) H28 =SUM(Divenic!G5:G5004) J28 =SUM(H28*I28) J30 =J28 J31 =J30*0.14 J32 =J30+J31

I have a list of months in column A and would like a formula in column B that calculates the number of calendar days for each month (i.e. Jan=31, Feb=28 etc.)

I am using a formula to calculate the last day of the month, using any date of the month in a worksheet in cell A13, this cell is also linked to another worksheet to pick up a date, using the ISBLANK function to prevent a dummy date entry appearing if the field in the linked ASHBY RISE worksheet is blank =IF(ISBLANK('ASHBY RISE'!$C$5),"",'ASHBY RISE'!$C$5)

The last day of the month function is shown below =DATE(YEAR(A13),MONTH(A13)+1,0)

This works fine if there is a date in A13, but returns a #VALUE! error if cell A13 is blank. I have tried using the ISBLANK function, but I am still getting the #VALUE! error. Of course I may have the sysntax incorrect.

i have a dataset which is like a timeseries with 3 columns first is year second month third values so lets say like this

year month day value 2004 12 29 100 2004 12 30 200 2004 12 31 300 2005 01 01 50 2005 01 02 60 .....

I need to calculate the quartiles with the condition of the year or the month or even both... I suppose i need something like an array but i couldnt make it work untill now.