I have a budget worksheet that uses a spending forecast sheet to determine where the spending level for each budget code should be to the end of the current month. In other words, the Forecasted YTD To Month End fomula for each budget code in the budget worksheet is simply:
Where column D is Jan, E is Feb, F is Mar etc in the forecast which distributes the budgeted amounts by month.
In each row on the budget sheet I want to evaluate today's date and if we're in March I want the formula to read as above but when we move to April I want it to use G as the end column in the range to sum.
SUMIF seems cumbersome in this circumstance and I wonder if a UDF might suit better.
I have a button and when I press it, it shows a tick so the user knows when it's been clicked I also want it to insert the date it was clicked but obviously if I use the =TODAY() formula it would change everyday. I need to keep it the same after each day.
I have a workbook that I'm using to tracking staffing patterns within a mental health agency. When the workbook opens the user is asked to pick a date range and an office location. I've placed code into the userform that pre-fills the "start date" with today's date and the "end date" 7 days from today's date. I would like the user to be able to enter a unique date range should they wish but I have yet to figure out the coding to accomplish my goal.
So I have been playing around with the tab colors on my workbook and am trying to figure out the correlation between color brightness and the auto change from black text to white text. I've noticed that if the Green color value is higher, excel is more likely to use the black text. If Blue is high, white. Green takes precedence over Blue and Red is just kind of in its own world.how excel calculates this?
I have a very basic understanding of excel, I mean BASIC, for my work I have multiple dates for vehicles to go in for inspections. I would like the cells to change colours when within 30 days, 10 days and 5 days. I'm on a work excel 2003.
Cell B4 is selected by user and then runs the macro. The macro then looks UP (A3, A2, A1 etc) cell by cell until it finds the first cell that has a valid date in it and if that date is same as the date that the macro is being run pastes "This Text" into the comments section (Not replacing everything in the comments but simply adding to it.)
2/20/2009 (empty cell) Dave Jonathan Steve
2/21/2009 James Sally Tyler (empty cell) John Betty
how hard would it be to chane the background colour of a cell when a certain word is entered into it? so someone would type 'james' and press enter then the cell would turn red....would only be in a set cell range..
I am using Excel 2003, my problem is that I have cells D4 & E4 with red text, when an entry is made in B4 (say $640, the amount can vary) I want the text in D4 & E4 to turn black. I have attached a section of the document in question.
I need to change the colour of a cell using VBA based on the input of a certain word. I have used teh below code but it doesn't pick up different variations of the word
Dim cell As Range For Each cell In Range("E2:E500") If cell.Value = "Check" Then[code]....
This code works fine (i have put it into worksheet change) when I use "Check and Mark and Chase" but some users are bound not to use capitalised first letters and on these occasions the cell colours are not changing.
How to add something to thie code above to make it work for any variation of capitalisation?
I want to use a sheet for planning work tasks. I need to count how many cells containing 'x' text exist in rows starting with dates greater than or less than 'Today'
If you look at my workbook (attached) I have dates and tasks on 'sheet1' I have stats on 'sheet2' In the 'spent' on sheet2 I have a COUNTIFS to count the cells containing 'Fish' but I also want to narrow it down further so that I see the nuber of cells containing 'fish' where the date in the A column for that row is less than 'Today'
i have the following code to insert comments into cells, however if the user cancels the input box (i.e. doesn't insert any text), a comment is still added with their details and the comment 'FALSE'. Is there anyway to stop comments being added if the user cancels the input?
Sub Insert_Comment() Dim iReply As Integer
Dim cl As Range Dim sComment As String Dim sText As String Dim UserNameWindows As String
How to colour cells depending on text in other cells, for example,
I would like cells D26:AA26 to turn light red if the letters 'FSM' are in cell 'E26' even if other text appears in it, eg 'SA+/FSM' I have been playing about with conditional formatting but can seem to solve the mixed text issue?
Is it possible to do the following with a formula in Excel...
I have a list of users with the dates they first logged into a system and the date they last logged in. I'm trying to group them together into segments so I can analyse them using a Pivot table and chart to see how often different groups are using the system, e.g. New customers in December, November, October, etc.
The trouble I am having is trying to convert the different human-readable text strings into a consistent number of weeks from today's date, e.g.
USER FIRST LOGGED IN LAST LOGGED IN user 1 2 years 20 weeks 54 sec ago user 2 44 min 7 sec 1 min 37 sec ago user 3 49 weeks 2 days 17 min 3 sec ago user 4 5 weeks 2 days 33 min 32 sec ago user 5 38 min 9 sec 38 min 9 sec ago user 6 5 weeks 3 days 1 hour 7 min ago user 7 2 hours 17 min 2 hours 11 min ago user 8 45 seconds ago 45 seconds ago
Is there a formula I can use to convert these human readble text strings into a number of weeks elapsed since today's date?
I work for a UK charity and have a list of funders in an Excel 2007 spreadsheet.
One of the columns refers to the date on which a new application for funding can be made to that particular funder.
In many cases new applications for funding can't be made for 1 or more years since the last application - sometimes as many as 5 years later. How to get a cell to refer to the date that it contains.
For example, say I have in cell A1 "The Acme Funding Organisation" and in cell B1 (i.e. the "Reapply when?" column) a date of 01/04/2013 (British date format, i.e. 1 April 2013) then what I want Excel to do is to look at the date in cell B1 and if that date has been reached to highlight the cell red. That way I'll know that the reapply date has been reached & that a new application can be made.
I have data going in to a small table which has some empty rows as that data is not yet available... My problem is, I need to sort this table in date order but with the date nearest to today's date at the top...
The sort function puts oldest at the top or oldest at the bottom which is no good for what I need...