I want to find out how many hours, in total, relate to "consolidation 1, 2, 3; Lease Renewal 1,2 3 etc. What formula can I use. I am working on a "sumif" but it's not working out for me.
1 Consolidation 4.75
3 External Sublea
3 Consolidation 2
3 Special Project
2 External Sublea
1 Lease Renewal w
1 New Lease w/o T 4
1 New Lease w/o T 1
1 External Sublea
3 Lease Renewal w 1
2 Lease Renewal w .5
i have a problem that i have been trying to get over for about a week now. i need to calculate a lease commission, with an extensive amount of variables. first i need to find the length of the total term which should be anywhere between 1 to 10 years. then on a annual basis i need to define how many months are billable in that year. which gives me to variables to account for there, which are A= initial free months, non paying B = the last month of last year may only be a half year
i think i have worked that out pretty successfully, so next i need to calculate the rent for each year period. with several variables a= the rent can be caculated : -by per month basis - by annual basis - by a per square foot basis b= next in relation to annual rent operating expenses may also be calculated in the annual rent number also by the same variables, however it may or not be calcuated into the number depending on the lease.
c. this is where i am at now, and its killing me. i need to account for rent adjustments for each year. rent adjustments can start from either the lease start date or the date that rent starts which would be after the lease start if free rent is granted. then the adjustments will continue through the end of the term and be implimented every x number of months. the value of the adjustments will either be a percentage of the first years rent usually 3-5 % or per sf, per month, or just flat rate per year. but it will escalate each year. for example year 5 is x amount of ajustment from year 4.
i am finding difficulty in finding an annual value of the original lease term in relation to this date series. expecially if the adjustment periods leave a remainder carring over to the next year, or if their are several adjustments in one given year. any help would be appriciated on this.... i know its pretty complicated, and i have rewritten this code about 30 different ways , i am at a loss right now. if you think you may want to see my file let me know and i can post it
I am using a formula such as =Text(A5-E5,"H:MM) to get the difference in clock-in time and clock-out time on a daily basis (Monday-Saturday). I want to add the results as a total for the week. I am not sure what formula to use to get that result. I prefer not to use decimals unless I have to. Also, the above formula does not work when the time goes past 12 midnight.
1) The output of an excel duration is : 22.00:8.00:25.00 ( day:hour:minutes ) - excel cannot average and work with this number format
2) resolution - =(LEFT(L2,4))+MID(L2, FIND(":",L2)+1,4)/24+MID(L2, FIND(":",L2,7)+1,4)/1440 as an array and Custom Format the cell as [h]:mm - works perfectly.
Q: to be conistent, the initial reporting is dd:hh:mm and then I convert to hh:mm so that excel can process the data. How can I convert from hh:mm to dd:hh:mm so that the excel report can be consistent in presenting the data to senior management?
I have a spreadsheet that is tracking a MTD receivables (running total). When it comes to weekends or day's when their were no receivables the running total needs to reference the last working day or the last receivable entry to perform its calculations for that day.
So in the table below (couldn't post attachment) the first row(1) = days of week , second row (2) = running MTD totals and the 3rd row (reference cells). So for Wednesday I our totals were 9995 which I entered in Row 3 (column A) and called it to Row 2 (column A). For Thursday I called Row 3 (column b which was known and manually entered) and subtracted Row 3 (column A) and populated Row 2 (column b). So my equation to in Row 2 column b is simple as =sum(b2-b1)
This is ok but when the weekend (or days not worked) come in to play you can see it produces a negative for Saturday / Sunday. Saturday took 15,707 and subtracted it from nothing (row 3 column d) since there were no receivables on Saturday.
So I need a formula that will calculate from the last instance while ignoring blank cells.
Basically the first worksheet (equipment list) is set out for parts used for each individual unit which can be printed out for each unit.
The second worksheet is an equipment list, where each part number and quantity required is displayed which can be sent to suppliers for ordering.
At the moment I
-> copy the equipment list to a new worksheet -> do an advanced filter for "Unique records only" -> =SUMIF('Equipment List'!B:B,'Parts List'!A16,'Equipment List'!D:D)
which is much faster than the way we used to do it.
The problem is, when I add a part to the equipment list that is new, I need to go through the process again.
Is there a way to automate so any parts I add to the equipment list, if it is the first time the part number has been entered, it will copy to the parts list worksheet and update the qty column or if it is an existing part number it just updates the qty column?
The equipment list may potentially have up to 100 different drives, but using mainly the same equipment.
I created this sample on an old desktop using excel 2003 but I use 2010 on my laptop.
I want to add the numbers of hours in a 4 week period. I have used the following formula (from this site) to total according to month but I don't seem to be able to adapt it to change it to only add hours between 2 dates or for the 28 day period. I thought maybe I should be using a SUMIF but I can't get that happening either.
I know what to do when I add them- if the number is positive then a payment is due, if its 0 then the employer is "Up to Date" But what if they pay me more than they owe? I owe them hours, how can I have excel know that there is a surplus and to deduct the future hours worked from the surplus until i've paid it off?
I have my problem in an excel spreadsheet but I don't know how to upload so you can download it for reference.
I am stumped on a formula answer I am getting on a simple timesheet. The timesheet is set up with an In and Out column for each day and person for the entire month. A formula calculates their total hours worked on a daily basis, minus their lunch (30 minutes per day). So far, so good.
The trouble comes when I try to sum the hours worked for the entire month. I am getting an incorrect total. The example I am working I am summing E3:BN3, which show the employee working 15 days in a month, 12 net hours per day. 15x12=180 hours a month. My sum total is showing up as 300:00:00. It may help to know we use a 24 hour format. I have the results cell formatted as [h]:mm.
I need to sum the total hours by project between two dates. There can be multiple projects and the two dates can vary. So...
In column A are the project # (say A2 001, A3 001, A4 002, A5 003) In column B is Yes or No for each project (contract Signed?) In Column C through Z, row 1, are dates (shows the Monday of each week) In Column C through Z, row 2-5 (which corresponds to the projects 001, 001, 002, and 003 above) are the number of hours worked that week.
On a separate tab (lets call it MonthTab) is the start and end date for each month (Jan through Dec) On a separate tab I want to SUM the hours by Month for each project (so for project 001 would need to go across multiple rows), that has a Yes in column two. Therefore the hours summed For January will be taken from MonthTab and be between StartJan and EndJan.
This is probably a very simple problem that has me going around in circles. I am attempting to set up a time roster, where I simply want to check:
If "end-time" minus "start-time" is greater than 4:00 (hrs), then deduct 00:30 (minutes) and place that result in another cell.
If it is not greater than 4:00 (hrs) then leave unchanged. I have read thru countless examples on the Forum - but I think that such great learning is driving me mad. Although I do believe that I have the correct format [h].mm - but attempts with IF's have got me confused. This is one of those "Looking down the tunnel towards the flickering light" moments.
I'm trying to figure out what is wrong with this formula. =(SUMIF(Q14:Q4995, "<="&EOMONTH(TODAY(),0),W14:W4995))-(SUMIF(Q14:Q4995, "<="&EOMONTH(TODAY(),-1)+1,W14:W4995)). I've got a cell that adds Total hours worked which pulls from the same column of entered data as the formula above and that cell works. My hours for the month however just shows up as zero. If I try and edit the formula or even just highlight it to copy it and then tab out of the cell this shows up...
If I undo the highlight and tab it will go back to showing zero. I've checked my dates that I entered and they are correct. I'm at a loss as to how to fix this formula.
Having trouble adding a column of minutes and converting the total into hours and minutes. Say Cell A1 through Cell A18 each have 12 minutes in each cell. I want cell A19 to tell me how many hours and minutes of total time that have elapsed. I have tried hh:mm, [hh]:mm, but nothing works.
We have a system called Datamart that outputs in excel formatted file.
The output of a duration is : 22.00:8.00:25.00 ( day hour minutes )
I want to be able to add, subtract, average, calculate the 10 fastest/slowests durations from a list of durations in this same format. I have googled and tried custom formatting but excel does not like this format. when I try to sum a range and divide by the number excel gives me 0.
I have got a formula that can separate day shift hours from night hours, in this case night begins at 7pm to 7am, however the problem is after 12am we get into negative numbers, what formula would fix this and can be combined with the formulas below?
E10 = 19:00 or start of night time hours B3 = start time C3 = end time D3 = day hours workeds =24*IF(E10
I have a base of workers which log each day their activities in hours (D01-D11). I would like a macro to sum total hours of each project (project numbers are from 320-516) and put it into the table on the left.
For example: For PERSON 1, I want that the cell I60 writes 10, and cell I74 = 6. For worker 2 (PERSON 2) would be AK60 = 3,5; AK67 = 8 and AK74 = 8.