Excel 2010 :: Calendar - Set Up Specific Time Frame And Due Date To Exclude Weekends And Holidays
Apr 9, 2014
I'm using excel 2010 on a pc. I need to create a calender. So far I have been using the tutorial for the pop up calender. The result I'm looking for is to set up a specific time frame and have the calender provide the "due" date. I would like the due date to exclude weekends and holidays. Would I be able to do this with the pop up calender?
My aim is to find the end working date for each task, as well as the next working date for the next task. The working days for this employee are only Monday (6hours), Wednesday (6 hours) and Friday (8hours).
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Start Date Duration Completed Days Remaining Days End Date
I have been asked to create a worksheet to calculate the percentage of the utilisation of a number of loan cars per month. Each of the cars may be used on each and every day of the week but the percentage utilisation is to be calculated on working days only. However it is essential to record the name of the driver of the car at weekends and holidays. Column A is populated with the dates of the month. Colum B is populated with the relative days of the week. In column C and subsequent columns I record the name of the driver of a particular car registration. Is there any way that I can count the number of drivers of each car on working days only and not weekends or bank holidays?
I've been reading up on Excel's date and time functions and can't really figure out the best way of doing this.
I have a total amount of time that a machine should take to finish a task. I'd like to enter a date and time into a cell (Start Date) and have another cell return the date and time that the machine should be done with the task excluding weekends, and holidays (End Date). This would be based on a certain number of "working hours" (hours in the workday minus break periods) that would be calculated in another cell.
I have a report that starts with a desired date and generates dates backwards on when certain releases should come out. I would like the code to see the date, move it back a week, check to make sure it's not a weekend or holiday, then post it in the cell below. If it does happen to land on a weekend, it should then be the Friday before the weekend. If it is a holiday, it should be the date before the holiday, as long as it is not a Sunday (or another holiday).
Attached is the workbook that I'm using. I'm starting with the desired date 'B7' and using the Holidays in a seperate worksheet. I know that in the current example, nothing will land on the weekend, unless the holiday pushes it back to one.
Is there a formula similar to WORKDAY that would include weekends and make something due on the next business day? For example, I have a bill due on 6/1/11 and I need to follow up 5 days later - which would be normally 6/6/11 but the WORKDAY formula makes it 6/8/11 as it is adding 2 extra days.
I got Excel for Mac 2011 installed. I have a table called 'Raw" that holds data from the beginning until the end of 2013 (in total ~7000 rows). I have columns for Category, Start and End time, and time period in Hours, Minutes, and Seconds:
I'm trying to get an overview of how much time I've spent in January on Transportation. I would need to look at the Category entries for Transportation, then only use the ones which have the Start set to 2013/01, and then take the Hours/Minutes/Seconds, and summarise it in a new table called 'Data':
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Month Category Occurrence Hours Minutes Seconds
2013/01 Transportation 48
I have figured out a way to count the occurrences for Transportation for January:
I am trying to pull a specific time frame of data from worksheet, in a large file, into another active workbook. A fiscal month. I don't know how to at all. I figure it should be a And IF and Vlookup but do not know how to execute it all.
I want a drop down calender to choose date from and found that i can use More Controls> "microsoft Date and Time Picker 6.0 (SP4)" for excel 2007 but it doesn't work with other excel and shows a "x" not recognised in some other machines.
I am generating a spreadsheet that focuses on a target opening date. There is about 12 other headings along the top all stating the different phases of construction, permitting, etc. I need to exclude weekends and holidays from most of these columns, and only exclude holidays from about 2 of the columns. I think I am to use the formula for NETWORKDAYS, but not sure how or where to incorporate it.
I have a date in a cell and need a formula that will calulate the next 4 days excluding weekends and holidays. I have search and found where one can do more complex items but not just a simple formula. I have attached an example.
I am trying to run a macro to put in the Month, Day, Year on each tab but I want it to exclude holidays and weekends. I am not a techie or anything but I would like to know how to do this. I have tried various vb codes but they don't exclude the weekends/holidays.
I am trying to compare values from this week to last week with the exception that will overlook holidays. ie, from Monday to last Monday. But I am running into an issue if there is a holiday in the week as my formulas are looking for the value 5 days prior to the current day.
I calculate total labor hours entered into a CRM system and use it for various reports, but it's incredibly inaccurate for the following reasons:
Any labor put in between 6pm EST and 8am EST from Mon-Fri is considered "on call"All labor from Friday 6:01pm - Monday 7:59am is considered "on call"Labor entered on a company recognized holiday is considered "on call"Not every employee takes call
So, what I'm trying to do is take the total labor and pull out only the hours entered outside of the criteria above. If it were simply based on time during the week, i'd be fine, but I have no clue how to do everything else.
In the end, my new labor hours would be split into "Business Hrs. Labor" and "On Call" labor.
I have a worksheet of each month, column for each day. If today is Monday, we want to enter data for the previous business day. In this case, it will be Friday. I would like to have Friday's date (entire column if possible) to be highlighted in white bold font with maroon fill-in. So, whoever needs to enter Friday's data would know right away when he/she opens up document which column to work on. It works Monday - Thursday but not for Friday.
8/1/20138/2/20138/5/2013 ThursdayFridayMonday Total English-Speaking Staff646464 Vacation Scheduled (hours)45.5080.0056.00 Vacation Unscheduled (hours)24.500.000.00 Sick Leave Scheduled (hours)37.5035.0025.00 Sick Leave Unscheduled (hours)73.0069.2533.75 Training Scheduled (hours)45.000.000.00 Training Unscheduled (hours)0.000.000.00 Meeting Scheduled (hours)0.000.000.00 Meeting Unscheduled (hours)0.000.000.00 Other Scheduled (hours)45.0044.0044.00 Other Unscheduled (hours)0.000.000.00 Total Leave Hours English270.50228.25158.75 Staff Leave Equivalent33.8128.5319.84 Total English-Speaking Staff Available30.1935.4744.16