I have a spreadsheet that I use to convert a purchase order ship date from the actual date to the corresponding week it falls out on. The fiscal year always starts on February 1 regardless of the day of the week. The problem i am encountering is when the year changes. As soon as I enter 01/01/2010, the response I get is -4, where as 12/31/2009 is 48.
I am using the following formula that I found somewhere, where R2 = 02/01/2009 (02/01/2009 falls out on a Sunday). =INT((R2-DATE(YEAR(R2),2,1)-WEEKDAY(R2,1))/7)+2. I need to make the formula "not care about" the day of the week.
I'm having a data only pull week number and year. We are using Fiscal calendar starting in July. For example, A1 = Week number and A2= Year. How to set up a formula to retrieve a date for this? If A1 = 2 , A2 = 2013, the date will be 07/14/2012. I want the date pull of on Saturday every week.
I have to generate daily report in which data is fiscal week format. We need to show Fiscal week in actual month and day format. create a macro so that for every fiscal week anywhere in the sheet, it automatically converts fiscal week to month and days of the week
For example: WK 1 OCT FY2013 get converted to Oct 1-7
I have a date which is recorded in the mm/dd/yyyy format, and in the adjacent column I would like to determine which week in the month this date is, from 1 to 4. So for example if the date was 07/02/2009, the week would be 1. For simplicity's sake I figued I would just have days 1-7 as week1, 8-14 as week 2, 15 - 21 as week three, and 22 on up as week 4. If there is a more accurate way of doing this, say that would be able to sart counting from the first full week of the month, then I would be very interested, but that seems unreasonable.
Is it possible to format cells to convert a date format of month/day/year to = year/week #/day of week? For example, 04/05/07 (April 5, 2007) would read as 7145, (7=last digit of year/ 14 = week number / 5 = day of week....Sunday being the first day of week)
Is there a UDF that can determine the number of weeks for a date range specific that is not relative to the week number for the year but for the date range itself. i am aware of the weeknum function but this is for week number relative to the year. eg. date range 01/03/2008 - 31/05/2008 has approx 12 weeks and 14/05/2008 will be week number 10 for the range.
I'm using excel 2003 and I searching for a small code to automaticly generate the begin- and end- date of a week (from monday till sunday) the only variable that I wanna give is the Weeknumber. So if I write a weeknumber in cell(a,1). I want the begin-date (monday) in cell (b,1) and I want the end-date (sunday) in cell (c,1).
on a macro i use to open, update a file and then save it in an archive.
Opening and updating the file is no problem, but i want to save under a dynamic name in a folder structure. This is a reoccurring task, and this way I update the same file each period but save a copy with the current data in an archive under a different name in the right place of a directory (archive).
My idea is to have a hidden cell in this workbook, where I can have the name calculated by simpe excel-formula, i.e. ="Filename_"&WEEK(TODAY())&"_"&YEAR(TODAY())&".xls".
The file should go automatically into an archive-directory, lets say C:data....archive2007 (2008, 2009, etc) I want to add the last folder to my filename, so my macro knows the first part of the path and has to go look up the actual name it gets in order to be saved.
So I end up with a cell containting the filename: 2007Filename_35_2007.xls
Now I only need the macro which looks up this name, adds it to the hard programmed path: C:data...archive so that the file gets saved under as: C:data....archive2007Filename_35_2007.xls
this is how i start:
Workbooks.Open Filename:= _ "C:data....Filename.xls" ' here the file is updated... Windows("Filename.xls").Activate ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:= _ "C:data....archive'(how do i do this?)'", _ FileFormat:=xlNormal, Password:="", WriteResPassword:="", _ ReadOnlyRecommended:=False, CreateBackup:=False ActiveWorkbook.Close
I would like to calculate the week number of the month based on a date.
Now my days would only include working weeks (Monday - Friday).
Supposed the date is 12/31/2012:
M 31-Dec T 1-Jan W 2-Jan TH 3-Jan F 4-Jan
Since it only occupies 1 day of the workweek, then it will be considered as Week 1 of January. If the date is 1/28/2012:
M 28-Jan T 29-Jan W 30-Jan TH 31-Jan F 1-Feb
It will be considered as Week 5 of January since it occupies 4 days of the working week. If the date is 4/29/2013:
M 29-Apr T 30-Apr W 1-May TH 2-May F 3-May
It will be considered as Week 1 of May since it occupies only 2 days of the working week.
Basically if the date's month occupies 3 or more of the working days of the workweek then it will be considered as part of that month's working week. Is this possible with formulas? I tried to explain it the best I can.
I am putting together a simple table to display current week's data vs previous weeks. The current week's data is drawn from a status chart which changes frequently. The constant change is fine for 'Current' as I only want the current data displayed.
The problem I am having is calculating the number of late jobs that existed during the previous week.
The status log has a due date which is compared to the current date to determine 'on time' status for the current week. Due dates are reissued regularly so I can't use
=COUNTIF(RANGE,WEEKNUM(NOW()-1)) to return data about last week from my status chart.
I have available a 'Movement Log' (in the workbook but a separate worksheet) which tracks the changes in the due date field, but I'm not sure how to integrate that data to calculate the # of jobs that were running late from the last week.
My thought is that I need to perform a count of the # of late based on a comparison of 'due date' to 'date of the last day of last week' with a way to insert the "old due date" from the movement log to replace what is shown in the status log if necessary.
Is there any way to defined our own fiscal month. I have a fiscal year where the start & end date is different from the normal calendar. I have store the start & end date on the different column. What i need is that when people enter a date, it will look up to the table and return the fiscal month.It's something like If the value is >=column A and <=column B, then the fiscal month=column C(refer to the below table). But i have no idea how to make comparison on date value. what kind of formula i should use? And also how to write the code if i want to use macro to implement this?
Start End Month 09/21/08 10/18/08 Oct 10/19/08 11/22/08 Nov 11/23/08 12/27/08 Dec 12/28/08 01/24/09 Jan 01/25/09 02/21/09 Feb 02/22/09 03/28/09 Mar 03/29/09 04/25/09 Apr 04/26/09 05/23/09 May 05/24/09 06/27/09 Jun 06/28/09 07/25/09 Jul 07/26/09 08/22/09 Aug 08/23/09 09/26/09 Sep
I am new to VBA & not sure of the full understanding of code copied from a workbook which worked on the same principle but with Monthly (12) tabs. I thought if modified to show weeks, the macro would be able to locate the current week tab & day/date within - but upon opening, the cell stops at WK19 & column O - rather than WK43, Column N (which changes daily).
I am working with a fiscal year that starts in December and ends in November. I want to make a user defined function that will return the fiscal year of a date. I've created the below code, but it returns a zero.
If Month(DateFY) = 12 Then Year (DateFY) + 1 Else Year (DateFY) End If End Function
I am looking to create a function that outputs the upcoming quarter end date based on a specified start date, for which the quarter end is based on a broken fiscal year ending december 15.
As an example, say that you sign up as a customer with an internet provider on 2014-01-01. The internet provider charges all their clients on a quarterly basis and have a broken fiscal year ending on december 15. Hence, as you signed up on 2014-01-01 you will be charged on 2014-03-15, which is the date of the company's first quarter end.
So what I would like to do is to set up a function that outputs the first date I will be charged based on the date that I sign up. If I sign up between december 2013-12-16 and 2014-03-15, the formula should output 2014-03-15. If I sign up between 2014-03-16 and 2014-06-15, the formula should output 2014-06-15 etc. etc.