I saw the =WEEKNUM function introduced to Dave196. I tried it but I do not get the desired result. I get "# NAME?" What can I be doing wrong? Also, how can I have Excel take a date and convert it to a number? I want to convert a date into an invoice number (eg. 4/5/07 ===> 20070405)
The following function reads many worksheets in one workbook and put the information into one worksheet. F22 to Q22 is dates in the format of mmm-yy on the many worksheets. On the one worksheet B1, C1, D1, etc... is dates also formatted mmm-yy. Now the many sheets only have a 12 month period but could be any date within 60 months. In the many worksheets the beginning date in F22 is based on the date that is entered into G8 of the many worksheets. The function is:
Code: Function HrsByMonth(strField As String, MonthNum As Integer) As Long Dim sht As Worksheet, i As Long, j As Integer HrsByMonth = 0
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.
Down loading data I receive dates as a number that indicates YYMMDD (ex. 130603 is 03 JUN 13). Is there an easy way to convert these number strings to the actual date indicated other than typing it in?
see attached image. Chart is recognizing the 20 dates but not using the real dates listed in the column. Changed settings multiple ways to try to get it to use the actuals - no luck. I realize 'month's is checked in the image - but I tried 'days' and still no luck. What needs to be changed to make it report actuals listed in the 2 columns?
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?
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'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 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.