Its a training list, and I want to count the number of staff with valid training dates, I want to keep invalid dates as a reminder and I also have text N/A to disregard. Have used an IF function array but there are approx 33 column entries I want to add and using array function limits the amount of formula entries up to column 24.

Would be much easier if I used data validation to kick out the invalid date entries but we want to keep them if possible.

I have a yearly running log (attached). At the bottom in cell [B88] I would like to develop a formula that gives me the number of times I ran in that specific month. Dates are in Column A and running distances are in Column B. If a distance is zero, I don't want to count it. I have attempted to solve this using the =COUNTIFS formula, but I am not able to structure it properly. Maybe =COUNTIFS is not what I should be using.

In my Excel spreadsheet I enter todays date in a single cell (A2), then I list various dates that jobs come into shop in other cells (A8:A108). I have cells ( F8:F108) where I have been manually entering an asterik (*) for those jobs equal to or greater than five days old in cell (A2). Is there a formula that can do the math for me? I've tried Excel help but to no avail.

So I've got a vertical list of dates in M/D/YYYY format, and I'm trying to come up with a method to pull certain dates that are greater than a given benchmark and paste those values in another column. For instance, if I've got a list with 3/3/2008, 5/5/2010, 6/6/2011, and 7/7/2012 I want to pull only the dates beyond 12/31/2010 (so would be the 6/6 and 7/7 ones).

I'm assuming this isn't doable with one formula, so I would need a macro. But I'm having trouble just even coming up with the logical operator for just one date. I must be doing something wrong here. If my date in B2 is 1/1/2009 and I have a formula as IF(B2>12/31/2009,"True","False"), I just get TRUE, which shouldn't be the case.

I have spreadsheet with different 100s of columns of dates with 600 rows. The first row identifies which zone the data belongs to (North, South, East, West. NE, SW, SW1, etc...)

I want to write a formula to check how many dates in each column fall in 2015 or later years; This can be accomplished by writing a countifs formula.

Where it gets complicated is once i filter on the Zones;

I want the formula to give me the desired result - count of all CELLS where the year is 2015 or greater - WITH FILTERS ON.

I stumbled upon following sumproduct formula that gives count for visible cells, however when i apply the date criteria, i get incorrect result -

The attached workbook has dates in column C, although some of these dates are just strings.

I'm trying to write some vba that will tell me how many of the cells in column C contain a date (or looks like a date) that is greater than (after) the real date in cell G1.

At the moment I loop through the cells in column C and can ascertain, which dates can be counted, then copy one row over at a time, but I'm looking for a slicker (perhaps one-liner) answer, perhaps by copying a block of rows in one go. The aim is to copy those rows to another sheet. There are many more rows than in the attached, and many sheets to process, and I have no control over the format of the dates/strings in column C. Currently it takes about 20 seconds to copy over the necessary rows, but I'm looking for it to happen much more quickly; current thoughts are to sort on column C (sorting on column C anything that looks like a number as a number - which has it's own problems!), have a count of dates satisfying the criterion (say using a worksheet formula such as COUNTIF or SUMPRODUCT, perhaps also using EVALUATE) then copy a block of rows in one go.

not very relevant, but the existing code is something like this which highlights rather than copyies the rows(included in the attached): ...

I've got a 2007 Excel spreadsheet that will count dates within a range using the COUNTIFS function. I am having to send this spreadsheet to users that only have Excel 2003. I need to know how to convert this so it works in 2003.

Since I'm doing this for a fiscal year I have to use a date range. Here are my two formulas I'm trying to convert:

=COUNTIFS(D9:D25,">3/1/08",D9:D25,"<6/30/08") and =COUNTIFS(D9:D25,">7/1/08",D9:D25,"<6/30/09")

I am trying to count the number of instances of dates that occur in a single column. For example, I want to be able to count the total # of dates that occur between Jun and July, then a different count of dates occurring between Aug and Dec (see example below). I have tried this formula: =SUMPRODUCT((E11:E149>=1/8/2008)*(E11:E149<=12/31/2009)) but it comes back with zero.

Column A --------- 1/8/2008 5/8/2008 8/18/2008 9/18/2008

I have been using a formula to count the number of days between 2 dates and if the date was older than 12 months it would work fine.

The data that i was using has been changed and they have decided to change the format of the dates and dropped the year reference no all i have to work with is dates like 27-07 this represents 27th July i can format this date to work fine unless the date falls before 1 jan this year all i get is lots of numbers and it stuffs up the whole calculation.

I've got the following function that check if each cell has a date greater than TODAY(). If result is true, it'll display "NO GO". Otherwise, it'll display "GO".

I would want to improve on it such that if any of the 'B5:F5' cell is empty, it'll display "Incomplete" instead of "No Go".

In the attached workbook - the stock Inventory is increased, every second day, by the value shown in cells of column A. Column B displays the date of the update. I'm looking for a Formula (might be an Array Formula) that will return the latest date before the stock turns to be greater than the value in cell D3. I managed to solve it, in cell F3, but with the help column C.

I want to sum data for our fiscal year (Oct08 - Sep09). I want to put in a formula in Q5 that says to sum the data in B5 through N5 if the dates in B4 through N4 are Oct08 or greater.

I have to make a table that shows that a if someone purchases

less than 5 items they receive no discount 5-10 items they receive 2% discount 11-20 items they receive 5% discount 21-50 items they receive 8% discount over 50 items they receive 10%

and it has to be done in a way that the discount rate can be calculated using Vlookup I am struggling to find the best way to write this table. i tried numbering 1 to 50 and writing the corresponding discount rate in the second column but this looks untidy and can't calculate greater than 50 as i am not sure how to write it in the cell so it reads as >50 and not just 50.

I have a sheet where I need to located set-up dates that are greater than 6 months. I dont know if this matters but the cells are not in consecutive rows but are all in column F. I have tried the serveral ways and nothing is working.

Battling through a problem, but would like to get some feedback on some failing code. basicly created a bunch of macros to get 2 columns. One has last months dates, and the other has the new ones.

I want it to check if the date in columnH is greater then columnJ then update (i have vlookups to get this info with offsets). You see if there is no result on columnH it means it does not add a date.

heres the code that i have. The error is that i am using an invalid statement in the case ( i suspect the >=)

I want to do is count in a column numbers greater than 13 but less than 20. I am also trying to write another formula that counts numbers equal to or higher than 1 but less than 12. In other words, I do not want this count to include any cells that contain 0.

I have a group of employees who work different divisions and work is not done everyday. I want to count the unique values of a division (only once) per day that the division shows up. Within a week, workers in a division might work 3 days and not other days. I've tried a few array formulas but they count unique within a range and I need the unique value to be based on the selected cell.

Please see attached : Unique Values In Between Dates.xlsx

I have a spreadsheet that contains dates in column A, the number of rows between each date can vary. Selecting a cell with a date in will activate a checklist in the form of a UserForm.

I am trying to create a macro that will count the number of rows from one cell with a date, to the next cell with a date, and then resize the selection for printing.

So far I have this;

Code: Sub test() Application.ScreenUpdating = False Set InitialCell = ActiveCell

[Code]....

My problem with this code is that when it reselects the InitialCell, the UserForm is reactivated. Is there a way to achieve the same results without having to reselect the InitialCell, and therefore the UserForm wont pop up? I tried adding the Unload UserForm1 line but it doesnt have any affect, the form still pops up.

Is there an equation to count numbers greater than zero without adding an additional column?

I had a COUNTIF equation but realized that the criteria that I used to use required an additional column. The additional column I used to have would be something along the lines of =IF(A1>0, "x", "") and then count the X's. I was just wondering if there was another equation that could reduce that step.

I want to look to a range and if there is a value greater than zero I want to count it. I keep going round in circles trying to do this and now I give up.

I'm trying to count all cells in a row after the last number that was greater than 0. See my example spreadsheet. I have put the answers that it should be in to show what I'm after.

In column f i have the following formula {=CELL("address",INDEX('Product Price'!$D$1:$D$1014,MATCH(B2&E2,'Product Price'!$A$1:$A$1014&'Product Price'!$D$1:$D$1014,0),0))} that returns the cell address from where i want to start my sum function.

My sheet named "Product Price" looks like this: 255Mar-0839508R 45.00256Apr-0839539R 45.00257May-0839569R 45.00258Jun-0839600R 45.00259Jul-0839630R 48.00260Aug-0839661R 48.00261Sep-0839692R 48.00262Oct-0839722R 48.00263Nov-0839753R 48.00264Dec-0839783R 48.00265Jan-0939814R 48.00266Feb-0939845R 48.00267Mar-0939873R 48.00268Apr-0939904R 48.00269May-0939934R 48.00

I now require a formula in column g that will count how many times starting from the cell in given in column f it added the amounts downwards to reach the amount in cell d of the "calculator" sheet - it must thus add d256+d257+d258... until it is bigger or equal to the amount in cell d.