I have a list of dates B2:B248. All the cells have been formatted to date type dd/mm/yyyy.

I'm just trying to count the number that are earlier than a certain date.

I thought a COUNTIF function would work! I've tried DATE, DATEVALUE etc.

I can work with the dates ie B2 (which would have 23/08/2007)-1 comes out as 22/08/2007. However when I try if(B2<B3,"lower","higher") it gives me a false reading - even when B2 is earlier than B3.

How can I check if my list of dates is earlier than a specified date?

I have a spreadsheet with two dates for every entry. The first date is the "Projected Completion Date (F66:F139) and the second range is "Acutal Completion Date" (H66:H139). I want to sum all entries where the Projected Completion Date is Greater than the Actual Completion Date and then have that number divided by the amount of entries that have been completed (ie. Enties that have an Actual Completion Date entered. If the entries are outstanding then the Actual Completion Date field is left blank.)

I am having great difficulties getting the following formula to calulate wether the date in cell f2 is greather than of less than the given date.

=IF(F2<="18.11.06", "No Cover", "Under Warranty")

f2 = 14.09.02

This does produce the wanted result of "No cover" however if the date is 14.09.07 and therefore greater the 18.11.06 i will not get the expected result of "Under Warranty"

I have an Workbook where on Sheet one it shows a date of a sold item in Column AH. On sheet two Column AG references sheet 1 Column AH. On sheet 2 I need it to delete the row if the date is greater than 1/0/00 ( which is an empty cell in sheet 1, but for some reason shows it as "1/0/00"). I have tried this code but I keep getting errors:

I have start date(Column A) and an end date(Column B) in two columns and I have found out the difference between them in column C in hh:mm:ss format. I want to find out how many cases are greater than 2 Hrs but less than or equal to 4 Hrs.

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".

I'm looking for a function which will determine if a target date is greater than or equal to THE JULY FOLLOWING A GIVEN DATE. In the attached spreadsheet the Start Date (B5) would be the GIVEN DATE Target Date is listed in ROW 1. In sentence form the function in cell G2 would be something like, "If G1 >= July following B5, then True.

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.

=Date(year(today()),month(today()),A1) works great, However I need the formula to subtract 1 month if the value returned would be greater than today's date.

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.

I have been working on this issue for some time, searches let me down paths to tell me of the color of the cell, but can't put all the pieces together. What I am trying to do, is upon Clicking Command Button 1 it will go row by row of column D (there are 2 headers so D3 would be the first fillable data) looking for dates that is past todays date, if past, it will color the cell red then copy it to the next available row in sheet2 then continue, date past due, color red, copy entire row to sheet 2 looping until the end is reached

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.

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'd like all Cells in column AC (e.g. AC$3$:AC$517$) to be filled with yellow fill if the cell value is any date greater than or equal to today. Any past dates can be left blank (for now)

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 program where I can update the calibration due date of an item. I have attached a cut down version of my program showing the relevant areas. There is usually password protection on the worksheet so it can only be edited via the form (the vba coding removes the password protection before editing, then re-enables the password protection after editing). The "Update Calibration" button is usually on a "Menu" sheet.

Once the form is opened a serial number is typed in the textbox. The calendar button is then clicked, which brings up another form with the calendar on. The due date is selected on the calendar. When "OK" is clicked, the date label caption is then changed to the selected calendar date. When "Submit" is clicked, the spreadsheet will search for the Serial Number, once found, the label caption (being the date selected) will be entered into the cell to the right of the serial.

If the day selected on the calendar is greater than 12 the date is entered correctly onto the sheet. example: calendar date selected = 15/01/2010. shown on sheet as 15/01/2010. However, if the day selected on the calendar is 12 or less, the date is for some reason entered incorrectly onto the sheet. example: calendar date selected = 08/12/2010. shown on sheet as 12/08/2010???? What is going on here? how come the day and month are swapped around if the day is less than 12????

I am trying to make a condtional formatting to a cell, so that it will change colour depending on the time since the date in the cell. I am trying to check for Less than 6months, equal to 6months and greater than 6months.

I have a Macro of 55 Columns and 2000 Rows I need to change the value in several Cells of the row in which the value of AZ is 200.01 or more. I need the following if ANY Cell in AZ2:AZ2000 is equal or greater than 200.01 then the following Cell in that Row will equal the following:

AG = 20 AW = 11 AX = " " (BLANK) BC = N

I have attached an example of the spread sheet with Macro embeded and how it should look after the above is run. I do not know if or how to I need to tag the macro within the attachement.

I'm struggling to complete this formula. No matter what the entry in M30 is (which is a concatenated formula from another sheet), I only get the highest response, which is 18.

I'm assigning a risk score based on a dollar amount. The formula is: ....

A B C 00:00 07:00 =if(A1>0,B1,"N/A") 07:00 04:00 =if(A2>0,B2,"N/A") 00:00 07:50 =if(A3>0,B3,"N/A") 00:00 06:50 =if(A4>0,B4,"N/A")

This doesnt seem to work though using time formats. Column C just brings through Column B no matter what is in Column A. I've attatched an example below.

Here is my code as it is right now (With the correct range, and yes its a messy range :

[Code] ......

That is my range and thats the range I have to use (The stats are spread out in those rows. How I can get this to disregard 0's? Right now it seems to fail on the third rangevalue (For example in the range above it fails and highlights Y88), but if i remove that value it does the same on the next one instead, always the third.

I have tried =AVERAGEIFS(Range,">0") versions and also ones with /COUNTIF after and others but cant get this to work.

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.