I have spreadsheets with a lot of dates where the date separators used are periods “.” instead of slashes “/”. For example, 12.02.2008 is what shows in a cell. Where I live (Australia) that means 12 Jan 2008. My need is to have Vba code that converts these to dates; e.g. 12/02/2008 or 12-Jan-2008, etc. I can manually select the cell or cells, press Ctrl+H, replace the period characters with slash characters and it works correctly - I get 12/02/2008 – which I can then manipulate as a date. However, if I record a macro of the above actions, when I run the code the result I get in the cell is 2/12/2008 – i.e. 2 Dec 2008. The code recorded is:
The only time the code gives the correct result is when the month is greater than 12; e.g. 23.02.2008 is converted to 23 Feb 2008. My computer is set up with regional settings to Australia and date format day/month/year.
I'd like to be able to enter a date in excel as just the characters without the dashes and have it correctly recognized -- such as 05142006 changes to 5/14/2006. I have a great deal of data to enter and it would go much faster if I could do it in this format. Is there a VBA script or function of excel that I could use for this? I've tried looking around on here a bit and in the program settings,
I import date information in text format and need to add to the date. My date info in in column "J" and in Column "K" I would desire to write a formula that allows me to to the following. My data looks like this in text: yyyymmdd
I desire to look in column "E" and I have 3 different variables. "J", "K", "L". If column "E" has a j add 30 to the years; K add 35 years and L add 38 years. for Example: 19630923 j = 19930923 k = 19980923 L = 20010923
I want to count the number of sales in three periods. prior 7 to 12 months, prior 4 to 6 months, and over the last 3 months.
I have three letters that occur in column B of sheet 2.
A for active, P for pending, and S for sold. The date of activity appears in column C for each event. It is in mm/dd/yyyy format. Currently I have over 5000 rows.
I would like to total the sales for each period and place it on sheet 1. can you help or point me to the right place to read up on it. I can get the information by using a pivot table but there has to be a faster way.
We have created a userform with several textbox for numbers. We'd like to show them with a format similar to "###,##0.00" and allow the users to enter numbers without commas, but always show the textbox formated. Is there any special way to manage this format? As the textbox is a "text" value, how can we manage the input and the numbers? Should we always replace the "," withi a nullstring? Example:
Private Sub tbCakPrice_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean) tbCakPrice.Text = Format(Val(tbCakPrice.Value), "######0.00") tbPxCakCnFCgl.Value = Format(Val(tbCakPrice.Value) + Val(tbFleteRealCgl.Value), "########0.00") End Sub.......................
Return a list of each " case" that includes "item X" (both cases and items are stored as text). Each "case" has a list of associated items, which are stored in another worksheet. "Item X" may be associated with many cases (e.g. not unique to a single case).
The results should look something like this (item in one column, concatenated list of cases in another column): ....
I'm working with a large list of items of varying length. A sample worksheet is attached. I need to do the following:
1) If the characters after the final forward slash from the right are of the pattern "tttxxx" (where "t" is text and "x" is a number/digit), then return all characters to the right of the final slash, including the slash itself:
Y:/Series/hun/hun109 ----> /hun109
2) if the characters after the final slash from the right are not of the pattern "tttxxx", then return all characters after the second slash from the right, including the slash:
I have the below find and replace code that is now working. I double checked the syntax and can't find a reason why. The errors I get are Overflow and 400.
'format column with custom date format. Public Sub formatDate() Dim charHold As Date What = m / d / yyyy repl = yyyymd Cells.Replace What:=What, Replacement:=repl, LookAt:=xlPart, _ SearchOrder:=xlByRows, MatchCase:=False, SearchFormat:=False, _ ReplaceFormat:=False End Sub
I have a spread sheet with a date colume that reads: 2012-06-27-19 I need to have this read like 06/27/2012 but nothing I do is working I have tried to go to the formatting process and backing the hr:mm out and that doesn't work. I really don't want to go line by line to manually correct this issue.. HENCE ... over 2000 lines
Second question: If I have a column that reads 02/15/2012 and another column that reads 3/27/2012 how to a format a 3rd column to make it read total number of days between 1st date and 2nd date?
I'm in the military and for maintenance we use the Julian date the format goes as follows "09357" that is simplified as 09 = the year and 357= the three hundred and fifty seventh day of the year. so 09357= 12,23,2009..
so on to my question:
how can i make excel auto convert the julian date to the regular date and vice versa?
I have three columns (9, 10, & 11); text, currency, and text and I am trying to move them from seperate columns on Sheet2 to one column with forward slashes "/" between them on Sheet3. The attached code does this, however I lose the dollar sign and commas.
I import data from web forms via Excel Web Query which has dates in the US format. I would like to convert them to the uk format. Unfortunately, unlike other data import functions in excel, web query doesn't seem to have an option to choose that. Also after asking the forum via this post, I figured that I cannot use a formula to do this, and need a macro. I recorded a macro which exports text to columns where I choose MDY function to convert the date.
However, the macro doesn't convert the bottom part of the blank cell for some reason. The macro did not work in either modified or untouched versions. When I actuallly do it through excel buttons, it works.
I've been sent a spreadsheet in which one column represents dates, but they have been entered as plain text, MM/DD/YYYY (ie 12/31/2008). I ultimately need to import this as a CSV into a program that only understands dates in the format DD/MM/YYYY.
I'd ideally like excel to recognise this field as containing dates, but I can't figure out how to do that, or even how to swap the days and months around as text. I'm using 2007.
I have a worksheet where in a column, dates are stored in various date format i.e. it may be DMY or MDY or YMD.
Above is just for an example, above dates are for the month of August, but as can been some cells are in MDY formate and some in DMY. Can I have formula to convert different date formats into one date format?
modify this code i need to run it on each worksheet in Column A and please modify the formula part i need last date of the month
HTML Code: Sub DateFormatConvert() Dim i As Long, LastRow As Long LastRow = Cells(Rows.Count, "A").End(xlUp).Row For i = 1 To LastRow If IsDate(Cells(i, "A")) Then Cells(i, "A").Value = DateSerial(Year(Cells(i, "A")), Month(Cells(i, "A")), 1) End If Next i End Sub