In one column I'll have a list incrementing in 1w,2w,3w,1month and I want to be able to count the number of days that have elapsed till the latest cell. Right now I'm just winging it by saying there's always 31 days in one month using a COUNTA function, but I need it to be accurate.
I have just built a spreadsheet to calculate training hours amongst other things. I have used the function NETWORKDAYS which calculates the number of working days between two dates. This works fine on my laptop which has the analysis tools pack installed. Unfortunately my work place IS policy wont allow the analysis pack to be installed so need to find away around this. Does anyone know a formula that will perform the same function as the NETWORKDAYS. THis is crucial to the accurate calculation of training hours.
Is there a formula to calculate the working days left in the current month? I work in the financial services industry and am putting together a spreadsheet to automatically calculate sales production needs per "working day", based on my businesses schedule.
We are open M-F and Saturday, not including holidays. Now, I can look at a calendar, count the days left and put them in to the spreadsheet, but I'd prefer to have it calculate automatically.
On my spreadsheet, I have used the =TODAY() formula. In the cell below, I would like to have it calculate the actual working days remaining in the current month.
Since today is Sunday August 19th, I know that there are 11 working days left (starting Monday 08-20-2007). Is there a way to get Excel to do that?
I have added 3 tables data .. also I had created a sample solution calc for emp1 and project1 ... I need to calculation the ratio between the months based on the working days and allocate the efforts accordingly.
I had a column of text and numbers in col A; day of the week and date (taken from a web scrape, so have no control over how they are imported), such as in the following example. Additionally i have put a column of one's beside it in col B, and then summed them in col C.
If i parse the text from the numbers, and then use a filter to remove Saturdays and Sundays, the sum total of col B will still remain the same. What i need is a method to totally delete or neglect Saturdays and Sundays so that the sum would equal 10 for example. Note that the data is updated daily, so in A1 today will be Friday 16/08/2013, but A1 tomorrow will be Saturday 17/08/2013. Also note that i have used 1's in my example, but that is just for explanation purposes, the actual data is varied.
I have just spent the last two days making this spreadsheet only to realize that weekend data is totally messing up my calculations.
I have a production schedule with start and finish dates for each project. To the right of this I have a matrix with "week starting" dates. What I am looking for is a formula that will indicate how many days in each week the project will take. Below are the cells filled in correctly. However, I did this manually. Any idea of a formula? I'm pretty new to this.
WEEK STARTINGSTARTFINISHUNITS PER DAY9/1/089/8/089/15/089/22/089/29/089/10/089/24/0813.4503530
I am trying to fill a row with abbreviated days of the week. example type Wed in cell A1 and cells B1 through Z1 change to the appropriate day Thu, Fri, Sat etc. I know how to do it with the fill off the menu but want to be able to change Wed to Thu and the same cells will change.
I currently am trying to refine some spreadsheets at work (hospital setting). The type of files im working with are medication sheets where on the left it states the medication and to the right of it, the cells have the days of the month(1-31) but I need them to change depending on the day they come into our facility. Above the numbers i would also like it to say the day of week with the first initial (M, T, W, T, F, S, S) in the cells are the top. It is something that we have to make for each day it it gets really annoying and is a waste of time moving the dates over for every day. find a way where I can open the file and the numbers and letters are all in the right place without having to change it for the day that the patients are coming in.
I am trying to get a formula that will give me the number of days remaining in the week. I have a formaula for number of days until the end of the month and number of days until the end of the quarter, but just need the week.
So if the formula was run today it would show 4 as the result.
wkNumber = DatePart("ww", Now(), vbMonday, vbFirstFourDays) But also i would like to have a dynamic array that will give me the dates of this week Currently i do that using vlookup in a table stored in my personal.xls but that is no longer possible as i have to distribute my macro and i no longer have that possibility.
I have a Timesheet where I am trying to get Saturday and Sunday to auto fill with a certain color whenever the month is changed. The spreadsheet is setup so that if the month is changed in a specified cell, then the dates of that month auto fill down a specified column. I would like Saturday's and Sunday's to be a certain color without having to manually color fill them every time the month is changed. Is there a formula or macro for this. I have tried setting up conditional formatting but I don't know how to get the color to follow Sat&Sun. I have attached the spreadsheet.
I am very new to Excel. The date is in column B as Tuesday, 29 April 2014, but I need to format the spreadsheet in such a way that every day of the week is a different colour e.g. Tuesdays are Blue, Wednesdays will automatically turn pink etc. how will I do that?
I have using the following Formula: =COUNTA(A3:A7,A10:A14,A17:A21,A24:A28,A31:A35) Basically is counts how many week days there are in a particular month. Now I have a cell (B47) that counts how many Bank Holidays are in that month. I am having trouble using the formula then minus B47. I must be missing something really simple.
What I am trying to to is calculate the number of Years, Months, Weeks, and Days from one date to another. So far I can calculate years and months accuretly but I'm having trouble with the days and can't seem to figure out how to do the weeks.
I'm using the formula: =DATEDIF(B1,B2,"y")&" Year(s), "&MOD(DATEDIF(B1,B2,"m"),12)&" Month(s), and "&(MOD(DATEDIF(B1,B2,"d"),365))&" day(s)"
B1 is the current days date B2 is the entered date
What I am getting when I enter the date 9/14/09 with the current date (8/3/06) is 3 years, 1 month and 43 days. when it shoud only be 3 years 1 month and 11 days. Any date I enter the days are not right. I can't seem to figure out what I am doing wrong. Also I'd like to get the weeks to come up also. Such as Start date 8/3/06 Entered date 10/19/09. What I want to see: 3 year(s), 2 month(s), 2 week(s), 2 day(s).
I am trying to find a formula that will return the number of week days between two dates. My specific situation is that my job sets up work orders (WO) to be completed by our staff. We have 3 dates - the date the WO was created, the date the WO is due to be completed, and the date the WO was actually completed.
I would like to subtract the Complete date from the Due date. Generally, this should always equal zero because our staff should be completing WOs on the due date! But obviously that doesn't always happen. There are times that they complete them late, and times they complete them early (yay!).
The problem with NETWORKDAYS is that even when they are completed on time, the result is 1. This formula counts instead of subtracts. I adjusted the formula to =NETWORKDAYS(A3,A4)-1 which works fine for those WOs completed on time or completed late. But for those completed early, it adds (or subtracts, really) 2 days. So for a WO completed a day early, instead of it showing -1, it shows -3. I've attached an example of WOs and the NETWORKDAYS formula I've used so you can see.
I'm really looking for something that will subtract week days, not count them.