Finding Latest Date In A Range Dependent On Record Variable
Sep 4, 2013
I have this table as my simple little database and I have to extract some info from it and keep track of dates and deadlines...
I have to get the following data, I need to lookup the last visit date out of all dates associated with a specific name in column "A".
This requires that I test an unsorted table for a value in column "A", i.e. "test2". Then determine which record has the latest date.
In other words, If I test for the value "test2" in column "A", I find I have 2 records, with dates ranged across "D4:F4 and D7:F7".
I need to return the latest date found in those ranges...
The purpose here is to write a function that will find a range of dates associated with a name in an unsorted table, from that range find the latest date, then add 90 days to that date and display the results....
I have been trying to employ a form of, =VLOOKUP(E3,$B$3:$D$11,MATCH($F$1,$B$1:$D$1,0),FALSE) and =INDEX(Table_Array,MATCH(Lookup_Value,Lookup_Array,0),Col_Index_Num) combined with "IF" functions, but to be totally honest I am COMPLETELY lost here....
I have an excel file with the ID, Name, workID and Creation date fields. Some people have several work ID's created in different times. How can I select row that contain work ID's that were created the latest. I may have several records per person, I need only the latest record. File contains about 3000 records, I can't go through all of them.
I've developed a code to load csv files in excel and do some formatting on it. In addition I want to add a few cells which calculate making use of the data in the file. The data tabel (resulting after the csv import) always has the same number of columns, but the number of rows varies depending on the imported file.
My problem now is that I need to change the formula for my calculation depending on this number of rows.
This is what I got so far (not including the csv import):
Dim varRow As Double
Function fctCountNrRows() As Double Range("A1").End(xlDown).Select varRow = Selection.Row End Function
Sub subAddTotals() fctCountNrRows Cells(varRow + 2, 1).Select ..............
I am now working on an excel spreadsheet which will automatically update every day so that one row will be added on the top of the sheet everyday.i.e.
A1 Date Price A2 (New row added,date) (New row added,price) A3 16/1/2013 5.5 A4 15/1/2013 5.6 A5 14/1/2013 5.45 ... ...
Assuming that I am looking for maximum value of the column "Price", since max() cannot be applied to variable range, is there other method I could useto look for the most updated maximum value of column "price"?
I seek advice on using the value of NOW() as a record ID in an address book program. Question #1: Do Excel developers often use a record ID? Question #2: What record ID schemes are fequently employed besides date/time? I have decided to create an Excel address book as an exercise to increase my knowledge of VBA, and also as a useful application for work.
I realize that a record ID is not essential in Excel in the way that it is essential in Access, but I feel the need to have some unique ID associated with each address, so that I may have different worksheets, with data related to a given Contact, sort and manipulate it, if necessary, but have the record ID as a way to restore the relationship of rows to a given Contact, and also, as a handy way to examine the data in the date/time sequence in which it was entered. I have experimented with the following code, to assure myself that I can access the number returned by the NOW() function, manipulate it as a string, and format in various ways if necessary.
Dim n As Double n = Now() sn = Str(n) p = InStr(sn, ".") first = Left(sn, (p - 1)) l = Len(sn) d = l - p S = Mid(sn, (p + 1), d)....................
I am creating an asset management sheet. For the formula I am trying to work out there uses 3 fields : ID, start date, and end date.
What I want to do is be able to show if the ID is duplicated within another record with an overlapping date. So an item is flagged if it is in the list within the same dates as another record. I tried a few countif formulas but with no success.. I may just be approaching the problem incorrectly though.
The workbook has several worksheets, each with different information but the first two columns are identical in each sheet.
For the sake of simplcity, let's say the first two columns for the worksheets read name and phone number. Other columns through out the variuos worksheets might be age, address, state, hair color, etc.
On my template, I want to be able to type in a name, and have the computer automatically pull up the age, address, state, hair color, etc. and put them in their respective positions on the template. Is this possible? It would be a lot easier to view the information and much more convenient.
I have a spreadsheet to track events (servicing, repairs, fuelling, etc) for my car - dates in Col A, events in B, mileage in C, prices in D.
I want to return the mileage when the next service is due, based on the mileage of the last service. Using VLOOKUP set to FALSE returns the first service mileage; set to TRUE, it returns random values. The events in Col B repeat in a random order (e.g. fuel, fuel, service, fuel, repairs, fuel, fuel, service).
I want to place the atribute (Date as value): "LastAccessDate" of a file called "!FileSessionStart.nwd" in Sheet1.Cell A2 in my workbook - without opening/accessing" this "C:/so-and-so/!FileSessionStart.nwd" - just want to read and use the last accessed date of it.
How will a macro go finding this atribute of this particular file and place this atribute as value as described?
Within a user entered range of two dates, I would like to identify the individual calendar date(s) and count the number of Mondays which fall within the specified date range.I will eventually be using the same "Monday" code to find the same data for every day of the week within the dates ranges, but I figured I'd start with Mondays and build from there.
For Example: Date range 1/1/2013 - 1/15/2013 (date ranges could potentially encompass a full business quarter) Within the range, list each of the dates as dates. (used for comparative counting purposes elsewhere in the document)Count the number of Mons, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fris, and Sats within the date range.Based on the example date ranges above; Mons = 2, Tues through Sats = 3 each.
I have a data field of about 2000 rows & 30 columns.
These contain records on accidents for 56 offices.
One of the columns contains the date an individual had the accident.
There can be a number of records for each office as there are a number of employees in each office who have had accidents over the last few years.
I need to be able to run a macro or set up filters or formulae to show the row containing the most recent accidentin each office, by office. I also need to display the total number of days since the last accident occurred at the end of each row.
The offices are listed in Column B & the date of the last accident is listed in Column V.
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've attached a quick sample, I have two customer ID's, AB1 and AB2, I want to be able to put a formula into column C that will return the latest date for each customer. So AB1 will show 01/04/2013 and AB2 will show 01/05/2013. I know I can use a MAX formula but I don't know how to connect it to the specific customer ID.
I need a macro that can jump to the nearest current date in column B from anywhere on the current tab. all the dates are in 10/09/2009 format, and the actual date of today might not be in that column. This can be + or -1 one day search from today. After this macro run's the nearest current date will be the active selected cell in column B.
I am trying to use a function to search for a particluar value (e.g., ssn) in one column and return the "InDate" in another column. I thought this would be easy, but I'm having considerable trouble. When I do manage to get a value returned, it's the wrong value. I need to return the most recent "InDate" for the ssn that I search for. The button on the " Lookup" sheet is to sort the InDate column descending so that the Excel function will start with the most recent date when it searches. I've tried Lookup and and just about every other similar function with no luck. I originally wanted to search for a ssn and return the information for the last 5-10 most recent visits, but gave up on that long ago.