I have a employee travel spreadsheet with air travel dates in two columns. I want to be able to create a rule that will highlight all the cells in a row if the date range on that row fall includes today's date. if someone is traveling in the event there is an emergency and I need to know if they are traveling that particular day. I have attached a sample spreadsheet.
I am looking for a formula to determine the oldest date in a range of cells. BUT, the part that's kicking me in the pants here, is that the range will change.
In column D, I have a person's name. The number of times that person's name will appear will change every time I run this formula. In column F, I have a date & time. I'm looking for a formula that will determine the oldest date/time associated with that person.
I have a large table in the final tab of my excel book. This table contains data such as Company name, contact details, etc but also a date which I must contact them on (this is nothing sinister, just a curtsy call following a job ).
The problem I am having is that I am running a vlookup on the first tab on a cell referring to todays date. This only brings shows one record which is the first occurrence of this date. This isn't very useful to me
The problems I need solving are:
I would like to be able to vlookup a range of dates (i.e. 7 days before or after todays date) - how do it do this?
I would also like to be able to return multiple results (i.e. if there is more than one company within that date range I would like them to show).
I am having issues with this Macro since I have to run it on computers only supporting Excel 2003 and computers with Excel 2007. The Macro in use is as follows: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
What I would like to do with the information that I have put together on a different workbook is to reference an Agent (column A), and a time range (Date is in column D) and then copy the row from A to I for each occurrence during that range of dates so we can see how many and what errors have occurred during any range of dates selected. (I will have different people inputting errors at different times so the dates will not be sorted unless they have to be). I want to be able to select different agents/date ranges to be able to get a glance of how that particular agent did during this time frame.
Here is an example of the work sheet where the data is originaly.
Here is an example (in a different workbook) of what the sheet should look like if I was searching errors for Albert Ozier between 1/25/2010 and 1/28/2010.
I'm trying to use countif or similar to show how many times a given date is between 2 dates (inclusive). Each row of the spreadsheet contains amongst other info, a Start Date and an End Date. If i've got 2 rows like this:
I'd want to lookup 02/01/2009 and have it return 2 (02/01/09 falls between the dates on row 1 and the dates on row 2). To give some context, this is an export from a database containing staff holiday dates, and I'd like to be able to see how many people will be on holiday on any given date, given the start and end date of all holiday occurances throughout the year.
I'm needing a formula that will determine the number of days that fall in a specific month based on a date range. For example, if I have a date range of 10/15/2009 to 01/13/2009, I need the formula to determine the number of days in each month within the range (October has 15 days in the date range; November has 30, December has 31, and January has 13.) I have a large spreadsheet that would be so much easier to manage with such a formula. Currently, my spreadsheet is setup as follows. I need the forumla automatically fill in the number of days under each month.
Stard Date End Date Oct-09 Nov-09 Jan-10 Feb-10 10/15/2009 01/13/2009
I'm running a macro that pulls rows from a different spreadsheet based on certain criteria. I need to add an if statement that will determine if the dates in a column fall in between 2 dates specified in cells.
make this formula more concise and shorter, it was design to check a numbers in a range to see if any of them falls into a particular range.
=IF(SUM((COUNTIF(Fund,">11999")-(COUNTIF(Fund,">12999"))),(COUNTIF(Fund,">21099")-(COUNTIF(Fund,">28729"))),(COUNTIF(Fund,">28730")-(COUNTIF(Fund,">33999"))),(COUNTIF(Fund,">58999")-(COUNTIF(Fund,">59999"))),(COUNTIF(Fund,">82000")-(COUNTIF(Fund,">84999"))),(COUNTIF(FUND1,">11999")-(COUNTIF(FUND1,">12999"))),(COUNTIF(FUND1,">21099")-(COUNTIF(FUND1,">28729"))),(COUNTIF(FUND1,">28730")-(COUNTIF(FUND1,">33999"))),(COUNTIF(FUND1,">58999")-(COUNTIF(FUND1,">59999"))),(COUNTIF(FUND1,">82000")-(COUNTIF(FUND1,">84999"))))>0,"ATTACHMENT E IS REQUIRED","")
and if the any of the number fall into the range it will print the message, "Attachment is Required"
I'm trying to count, in a range of cells, how many fall between certain values, such as between 75,000 and 99,000. The array formulas seems the way to go, but it looks like it only accepts one condition not a range.
These are a ranges of values in a spreadsheet. I would like to be able to do a search or lookup for a number that I designate that falls within one of these ranges and it will direct me to the cell that my value falls within.
For example if I do a search for 1550 it would take me to cell a2 with a range of 1001-1999.
Not sure if this is too complicated for a formula and might need to use VBA.
What i have is a list of dates in a row. I want to set up a countif formula to count the number of date that fall with in 90 days of todays date. I'm planning on placing todays date in a cell in the upper left hand corner (cell A2) above the list of dates. This way i can just type in todays date and the spreedsheet will count the number of dates, in the list, that fall with in 90 days of the date i type into cell A2
I've been struggling for hours on what should be a simple formula. I have 6 columns containing various dates. On each row I want to count of the 6 columns how many dates were unique and after 3/15/09. I've been using the following formula however it still counts a cell even if it's prior to 3/15/09. =SUM(IF(FREQUENCY(A1:F1,A1:F1)>3/15/2009,1,0)). I've attached a sample file for reference.
Using the DCOUNT function is generally a straight forward proposition but I'm not getting the expected results and would like for someone to take a look and help me understand why.
Goal: create a count of unique entries within a defined variable date range
I have a data table with duplicate values and need to count unique entries, the result of which will be used in a calculation. Due to a requirement to track the counts in a rolling 30-day period, the flexibility of daily selecting the date ranges is a necessity, which is why I chose to use DCOUNT and feed dates into the criteria cells.
I've been attempting to use the DCOUNT function but I'm not getting the correct result. Oddly, after duplicating the table and formula on the "Count Repeated Items Once" page, even those results are incorrect.
It seems, too, that COUNTIF does not like (accept) dynamic named ranges. Hard coding the range into the formula yields a result of TRUE, but using a dynamic named range gives FALSE. Anyone else experience this and is there a work around (that is, if I have not erred in its use)?
I need a formula that will tell me which 'BPS' a person should receive based off of the count of loans closed (between 'Criteria 2' & 'Criteria 2.1' and/or the volume (total of 'Loan Amount')(between 'Criteria 1' & 'Critera 1.1'), whichever gives the person a the higher tier.
I have provided an example below. In the example John Doe should receive .01750 'BPS' because he closed over 1 million in volume. If, for example, John Doe closed 5 loans for 400,000, then he would receive .01600, since he met the criteria for the 2nd tier based off of # of loans closed.
The formula needs to take into consideration which 'Comp Plan' the person has, as well as the other criteria mentioned above.
If I have A1 ( and the rest of row 1) that equals a standard Date Period such as shown below, What would the formula to be to sum all of the numbers if today falls within the range, as well as sum previous ranges.
For instance, If today were 02/15/09, it would only sum A2 If today were 03/15/09 it would sum B2 as well as previous time periods (B2 + A2) If today were 4/15/09, it would sum C2 as well as previous time periods (C2 plus B2 and A2)