- INT(bold) formula part, as those part I just copy paste it, add this and that, and it works
- the reason why I add the "+1" on the very last part is because on my weekly salary payment, every Saturday salary will be paid on the week after.
(ex: 04/28/12 is supposed to be WEEK17, but then I added +1 so it became WEEK18. The main reason is 04/28 is Saturday and like I said I need every Saturday salary to be paid on the week after)
So, I've got the solution to convert my date inputs to Week#, but then I also need this week# to be converted into "MONTH" in a way that the last day/s of any months, but still in the same week of the new month, to be grouped together.
- For an example, 04/28/12 is supposed to be considered as April month, but I need that day to be on the May month.
My data sheet has a Month column, and those months are simply numbers one to twelve. They are formatted as plain old numbers. The data is coming from somewhere outside Excel.
How the numbers look in the data sheet doesn't matter. But I use this data to generate pivots, wherein the months are the columns. I want it to say Jan, Feb, etc. across the top of the pivot.
I realize that I could just loop through the raw data and convert the numbers to text. However, I want the pivot table to recognize this data as dates, so that I can do date-related stuff, such as the date grouping described on p. 85 of Jelen's Pivot Table Data Crunching book.
If I go into the raw data and try to convert the cells to the mmm format, they all convert to January.
I'm aware that formatting doesn't translate from raw data to pivot table anyhow. But it's not clear to me how I can use the date field grouping functions without somehow showing Excel that these are dates. Or is the pivot table smart enough to realize that just by the names, even if they are formatted as text?
what is the equivalent command to WEEKNUM if I want to properly calculate Week # of Month?
For example (Sunday being the first day of the week): January 5th 2008 = Week 1 of January January 6th 2008 = Week 2 of January February 2nd 2008 = Week 1 of February February 3rd 2008 = Week 2 of February
WEEKNUM perfectly calculates this, but it is applicable for the whole year.
I have the following data by week: ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 29-Mar 5-Apr 12-Apr 19-Apr 26-Apr 3-May 10-May # of work days 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 Manpower 106 85 115 115 120 121 87 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
On a second tab, I want to show the data by month: ---------------------------------------------------------------- Apr May Jun # of workdays 21 (4+4+4+4+5) 21 20 Avg. manpower 108 104 ....
Now, what I need to accomplish is that the D1 and D3's in sheet 2 need to result in a date next to the correct country (the date (in full) must be the first monday of the correct week). I find it quit difficult to do this because in sheet 2 you have once the country name, but several possible dates. So in sheet 1 there must be a date for every D1 or D3 but under each other.
The second problem is that I need to accomplish to get a "x" in sheet 3 under the correct month where there is an D1 or D3 in sheet 2 (week).
So I need to go from a week to a month and this can be for one country 1, 2, 3 or even more months (it depends from the D1 and D3's in sheet 2).
I currently am trying to refine some spreadsheets at work (hospital setting). The type of files im working with are medication sheets where on the left it states the medication and to the right of it, the cells have the days of the month(1-31) but I need them to change depending on the day they come into our facility. Above the numbers i would also like it to say the day of week with the first initial (M, T, W, T, F, S, S) in the cells are the top. It is something that we have to make for each day it it gets really annoying and is a waste of time moving the dates over for every day. find a way where I can open the file and the numbers and letters are all in the right place without having to change it for the day that the patients are coming in.
I have 15 projects which are currently been taken, i need to record how much time each staff member takes each week/ per month on the projects, so at the end of week 5 i require a total column, and i require a totals columns at the end of the data.
How can i lay this out cos i'm having trouble visualing the data for per month and per week?
I have using the following Formula: =COUNTA(A3:A7,A10:A14,A17:A21,A24:A28,A31:A35) Basically is counts how many week days there are in a particular month. Now I have a cell (B47) that counts how many Bank Holidays are in that month. I am having trouble using the formula then minus B47. I must be missing something really simple.
What I'm after is a sheet that self generates the day of the week in column A and the day of the month in column B. I have a month long sheet where daily entries get made in the DOW row, the day of the month is a reference. I have a macro to generate a new sheet for the next month and would like to auto populate the DOW and DOM. This typically gets done on the second day of the month (data from the first day is entered on the second)
Is there a formula I can use to determine the number of work days in each week for a given month. The work week would start Sunday, with Friday and Saturday as days off. Each week would be in their own row.
Week 1: 2 days Week 2: 5 days Week 3: 5 days Week 4: 5 days Week 5: 3 days
I have been a long time lurker of MrExcel, but have always been able to find the answer to my question within the forums. However, I am stumped. I am trying to create a pivot table that will show incremental goals by week, when I have a set goal for the month already. However, I don't want to do a straight average across all the weeks in a month. I would like to see it continually grow during the month. How can i mathmatically do that in Excel?
Jim had 191 sales leads in the last week of the month in December. Of those 191, he closed 29 of them, for a 15.2% close rate. I want to see him raise that by 6% by next December, so (6%/12 (# months) = .5%). He will need to increase his close rate to 15.7% by the end of January. So, for the month of January, we expect 955 sales leads (5*191) and 149.935 (15.7% of 955) closed. However, I don't want to say Week 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 in January should all have 29.987 closes, I would like to be able to say week 1 = 25, week 2 = 27 week 3 = 30 week 4 = 32 and week 5 = 34, but have that incremental increase to total 149.935.
There is (sadly) no changing the percents, or the closed leads number. These have already been submitted and aproved. I just have to be able to let people see the goals by week now, but if they want to see the monthly goal, it must equal what has been approved.
I'm attempting to force excel to auto update the day of the week, and the date in a spreadsheet. The date isn't as important, since it can be hard coded. The only problem there is some months have 31 days, some 30, and another with 28. I've uploaded an image of the spreadsheet, and you can see in field A1 the date/year is input. I'm wanting to find a way to force the days/dates in fields 2E and 3E to update based on the month.
This formula will return will return the date of Nth day-of-week for a given month and year. For example, it will return 26-March-98 for the 4th Thursday of March, 1998. Days-of-week range from 1 to 7, with Sunday = 1 and Saturday = 7.
What I am trying to to is calculate the number of Years, Months, Weeks, and Days from one date to another. So far I can calculate years and months accuretly but I'm having trouble with the days and can't seem to figure out how to do the weeks.
I'm using the formula: =DATEDIF(B1,B2,"y")&" Year(s), "&MOD(DATEDIF(B1,B2,"m"),12)&" Month(s), and "&(MOD(DATEDIF(B1,B2,"d"),365))&" day(s)"
B1 is the current days date B2 is the entered date
What I am getting when I enter the date 9/14/09 with the current date (8/3/06) is 3 years, 1 month and 43 days. when it shoud only be 3 years 1 month and 11 days. Any date I enter the days are not right. I can't seem to figure out what I am doing wrong. Also I'd like to get the weeks to come up also. Such as Start date 8/3/06 Entered date 10/19/09. What I want to see: 3 year(s), 2 month(s), 2 week(s), 2 day(s).
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.
Please see the attached xls file so see what I am referring to.
I have shipments that are going to different destinations (rotterdam, austria, london, etc.)
I would like to count the arrival dates in column H that fall under each week's span, but ONLY IF its corresponding value in column F is 'rotterdam'.
Column C contains the ideal numbers that I would like column B's formula to return. I plan on doing this for the entire year, but if someone can some up with a formula, I might be able to modify it for the rest.
Note: This is only an example spreadsheet, I am going to be referencing an external file with much more information on it.
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 worksheet that includes a cell that gives the current week of the month, in the form of "Week #". I've been using the formula below for several months and have had no issues until this month, and it's driving me crazy.
Given that cell D2 is the beginning of the week (usually Monday, but at the first of the month it may be a different day):
="Week " & ROUNDUP((DAY($D$2)+WEEKDAY(DATE(YEAR($D$2),MONTH($D$2),0)))/7,0) I'm not sure where the logic is going wrong here; it's worked so well up until now. For the week beginning November 2, 2009, the formula above returns "Week 2" rather than "Week 1".
I am trying to use a pivot table to analyse some data. The base contains a "day" date..ie 01/05/08, however I want the pivot table to summarise by the month..ie May 08. I have used the "=month(cellref) command, and it returns the correct month number. However when I try and format this to "mmm" or "mmm yr" to get a month I can then cut and paste, it always retunrs the month of JAN.
How do I auto fill a series of 2014 dates in the row below the weekdays? I have a row C5 that has a series of auto fill weekdays successfully for 2014. I can't seem to auto fill the weekdates in the row below. I have to make manual adjustments for each Monday, and for the correct month ends, etc.