I need a formula that will allow me to put a date in cell a2, and in cell a3 put the the number of days between 2 dates. Example.. For example (A2) shows 08/06/08, a3 to show the number of days from 08/06/08 to 08/14/2008--(a3 )14 and (a4) to shows the number of days from 08/06/08-10/05/2008 ---(a4) 60 days.
I have a spreadsheet where I have an intial date of issue of a warrant. Once this warrant has been executed, then a further column is populated with the date. The data I need to work out (Preferably without using macros if possible) is, if there is no execution date the length of time from issue to todays date, but if there is an execution date then length of time from issue to execution. I can do either on their own, but i would like to have only one column showing this info and if possible to update each time the sheet is opened
I need to create a spreadsheet that will calculate the difference between two dates and show the result in days. The complicated part is that weekends (Sat and Sun) need to be ignored and any time after 4:30 pm needs to be treated as the next business day. I have been trying to look at similar questions in forum and use the WORKDAYS function with little success.
A1- 14/08/09 4:40 p.m. B1- 17/08/09 9:10 a.m.
I need the answer (B1-A1) to show up as 0. But if the time in A1 was changed to 4:20 p.m. than the answer should be 1 day.
I'm working on a complex A/R aging summary. So Ill have couple of question, but right now I'm trying to have excel automatically keep track of the A/R process. For instance every business day I would like the number of days the Invoice is outstanding to go up by 1. So when I get to work on monday the invoices that have been due for 20 days will now show 21 without me touching it.
I have a spreadsheet that contains dates in format mm/dd/yyyy. Lets call this Column C(Paydate). In Column A I have a date that needs to be a 2 business days before the paydate. If this date in column A winds up being a Saturday or Sunday, the function needs to return the previous Friday. If the date is any weekday then it should return that weekday
For example: C1 = 10/18/2013(a Friday) then A1=10/16/2013 C2 = 10/14/2013(a Monday) then A2= 10/11/2013(the previous Friday since 2 days before 10/14/2013 is a Saturday) C3 = 10/15/2013(a Tuesday) then A3= 10/11/2013(the previous Friday since 2 days before 10/15/2013 is a Sunday)
I'm documenting the steps of a process with each step accounting for a specific amount of business days. How do I determine the specific business day based on the number of days it takes to complete a process? For example: Start date then 45 business days from that date the next step begins...then 3 business days from that date the following step begins and so on.
I recently manage to create a spreadsheet. On the spreadsheet what I am looking to do is once I change the year in cell U1 from 2010 to 2011 to automatically change the days and the date number, and where Sat and Sun preferably to auto-fill in yellow the whole column within the table as you can see in the spreadsheet.if not then just do not display Sat/Sun columns at all..
I am trying to calculate dates that will happen 16 days from date specified in column A (A23:A200), based off a certain entry in Column B (B23:B200), which is named in cell P5. I can get the date by doing the specified date + 16, e.g. =IF($B$23:$B$200=$P$5,$A23+16,"")
The trouble I am running into is not having the date populate until it has reached 16 days from the dates in column A, show blank if possible until 16 days from date in column A. The dates in column A will always be previous to todays date.
I have a static date and military time in B6 (5/10/07 18:00) I have to write various formulas to reflect 1 month (whatever calendar month it ends up in, so not necessarily 30 days) minus 7 days and then the same formula plus 7 days. How is this written?
I am looking for a formula that will return the number of months (periods) between two dates, ignoring days and years. Using the above dates, which cannot be changed, the result needs to be 63. The formulas I have tried keep returning 64 because my later date is at the end of a period, and my earlier date is at the beginning.
If I had two dates in two separate cells , so E2 is the 01/10/08 and F2 is 06/10/08 and I want to work out that their is a difference of five days what would the sum be? Also is there anyway I could factor into that sum what is pure working days as opposed to weekends?
I want to pick a range of dates and find the number of days without sales between those dates. So, a formula that will look to a start date in A1 and an end date in B2, and then count the number of days that did not have sales between. Index/Match/Countif/Dateif I can't seem to make anything work.
I'm trying to calculate the length of a work order to develop an average and future proposal estimates.
For example: Job received = A1 In work = B1 Job completed = C1 Total days to complete = D1
I know I can enter in D1 C1-A1 and get the correct result but I want the field to calculate A1-TODAY() until a completion date is entered. This would display the number of days the job has been in work until completed. Once completed use the C1 for calculation.
Sorta like If(C1=">=0" then (A1-Today()) else C1-A1)
I will then use conditional formatting with block colors to indicate whether it is a completed job or in work job.
At the end of each month, my agency collects data about clients served in our programs. One of the many pieces of information they want is the number of "bed days" a client was residing within our programs for the given month.
Jon Doe entered the program on 7/16/13 and discharged on 8/15/13. I would like to know how to calculate the number of days in July that Mr. Doe was residing in the program. (The date of discharge is not included.)
I recently took over the responsibility of completing reports such as this one at my office. The previous person who completed the monthly reports would count the days by hand for each client, but I know there must be a better way.
I need a formula that will calculate the number of days (ex from 10/1/08-1/1/12) and will differentiate between leap year and a regular year. I am trying to calculate interest between 2 dates and leap year is calculated on a different interest rate. Right now I have it set up so I have to manually type in the leap years in a separate field instead of being able to just you point a to point b.
How to create a spreadsheet with what I think will be a very simple formula?
If date in B2 - date in A2 is 1 or less days, put a 1 in cell C2. If date in B2 - date in A2 is 7 or less days but more than 1, put a 2 in cell C2. If date in B2 - date in A2 is 30 or less days but more than 7, put a 3 in cell C2. If date in B2 - date in A2 is 90 or less days but more than 30, put a 4 in cell C2. If date in B2 - date in A2 is 91 days or more, put a 5 in cell C2.
Another, maybe simpler, way of saying it is:
If date in B2 - date in A2 is 1 or less days, put a 1 in cell C2. If date in B2 - date in A2 is 2-7 days, put a 2 in cell C2. If date in B2 - date in A2 is 8-30 days, put a 3 in cell C2. If date in B2 - date in A2 is 31-90 days, put a 4 in cell C2. If date in B2 - date in A2 is 91 days or more, put a 5 in cell C2.
I am looking to calculate business days - more specifically Monday through Friday. I am not currently worried about holidays or vacations, yet I wouldn't mind including it if I could have a list to "check" from.
I tried previous searches, but found a few functions that I don't have on my computer.