On the attached spreadh sheet I have production costs that I wish to calculate. There are certain courses that are a constant each month and they are input via a data validation list, however there will be courses that are run that are not on this list.
on the cell with 'Other' I want to total the costs for the courses that exclude the normal monthly courses.
Ive managed to use the formula below to exclude certain text but I cannot do it for multiple keywords, or maybe there is a simpler formula. =SUMPRODUCT(--(G4:G31>0),L4:L31,--ISNUMBER(FIND("Suicide",G4:G31)))
I wanted to calculate the difference between dates, excluding the weekends. After much thought i used =NETWORKDAYS(A1,B1)+IF(NETWORKDAYS(A1,A1)+ NETWORKDAYS(B1,B1)=2,-SIGN(NETWORKDAYS(A1,B1)),0) that seemed to be working fine. However, I had a problem today with this formula when my start day was saturday (24/05/08) and the last day was monday (26/05/08). What i want is that when i take the difference between these two days, i should get zero as answer as we are not including the weekends in calculation so the start date should ideally be the first weekday which is Monday. However, the formula is giving me 1 as an answer.
This formula works fine if i select 27/05/08 as last date in which case i get 2 as an answer which is right. In gist, what i am looking for is a formula which will give me the difference between two dates and exclude the weekends from the calculation. The last date can't be a weekend, but the start date can. Hence, whenever the start date is a weekend, the formula should take monday as a start day.
I am using the same structure to update another column, under the same sub:
If Target.Column = 5 Then '
Select Case Range("d69").Value Case "CB1W" ActiveCell.Value = DateAdd("ww", 1, Now()) Case "CB2W" ActiveCell.Value = DateAdd("ww", 2, Now()) Case "CB3W" ActiveCell.Value = DateAdd("d", 21, Now()) Case "CB4W" ActiveCell.Value = DateAdd("d", 28, Now()) Case "CB5W" ActiveCell.Value = DateAdd("d", 35, Now()) Case "NI" ActiveCell.Value = "" Case Else ActiveCell.Value = "" End Select
I would like to apply the code to the whole column but if I change Select Case Range("d69").Value to Select Case Range("d2:1000").Value I get a Type Mismatch Error (13) - (on Case "CB1W" ) - column d cells are data validation drop down boxes that get their value form a named ranged :Lead_Status. The column is also formatted as Text. (I applied the code to d69 because I have data already in the other cells which I don't want altered till I have the code working)
I would also greatly appreciate your advice on how to incorporate the WEEKDAY function to exclude weekends for the DateAdd function.
I am attempting to get the formula in Column "E" (see attached excel file) to work based off the individual reps 'days off / holidays' (Columns K:P (or more as needed) that they might have. the formula I am using (which works fine) is:
My issue comes up when I am coping this formula for say 100+ rows. When I copy the formula to all of the rows, the (COUNTIF($K$2:$S$2) becomes static and does not realize that the row (ie. Row 26 Rep C) has different days off than Rep A. I can manually change the reference for the countif to specify the correct row to their own days but that becomes tedious very quickly. I was wondering if anyone has come across a way to make the countif work based off of that the name in Column B matches the name in Column G then looks 'to the right' and uses the 'days off' that are listed for the corresponding Rep. I have tried a few different ideas but nothing has worked so far.
I have a worksheet where I capture the date and time of each new entry in column A.
In the next column, it's counting up the number of hours since that entry was made. However, it's including Saturdays and Sundays in this count and I was wondering if there's a formula to calculate the number of hours excluding Saturdays and Sundays? I know that network days would count the number of working days from one date to the next, but really need hours. Is this possible?
How should I calculate working hours between two dates? Say if start at 9/25/2009 7:26:13 PM and finish at 10/20/2009 9:46:13 AM, the function should return 245:20:00 because the working hours are from 8am to 11 PM (8 - 23), and there are weekends between the dates. Preferably the function should work like the NETWORKDAYS() function, but it should also include the time, not just the dates.
I am trying to calculate downtime for a Service Level Agreement.
The data that I have is the start date/time and the resolved date/time for an incident.
The data are in the format - 1/1/2008 03:32 AM. The incidents may occur at any time but downtime is calculated only business hours and excludes weekends. I may be required to exclude holidays but that is not a hard requirement right now. What I must be able to specify are the working hours.
As example(s) - if an incident is generated on 1/2/2008 4:00 PM and resolved at 1/3/2008 11:00 AM then the downtime is 4 hours. - if an incident is generated on 1/12/2008 4:00 PM (which is a Sat) and resolved at 1/14/2008 11:00 AM (which is Monday) then the downtime is 3 hours.
The above assumes working hours are 8:00 AM through 5:00 PM.
I have tried using the NETWORKDAYS and WORKDAY functions with little success.
I want to calculate the end date of my German courses. This is how it works:
A course consists of 60 LU*. The course can occur i. e. three times a week: Monday, Wednesday and Friday. In each day the course lasts 2 LU, which means 6 LU each week. There is no course on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday and on holidays. Therefore this type of course that begins on 18-Nov-2013 will end on 03-Feb-2014.
Another course which occurs Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and respectively has 2 LU on Tuesday, 2 LU on Thursday and 3 LU on Saturday and starts on 03-Dec-2013 will end on 06-Feb-2014.
Therefore I want to create a worksheet where I set the start date, choose the days and respectively the LU amount on those days. The end date shall be calculated according to these criteria.
The workday function on excel cannot do this and I do not have any programming skills to work with VBA.
Is there a way to make the date in a cell check the current date then fall back to the previous sunday unless today actually happens to be sunday? So for example it would look at today and make the date 12/9/2007 rather than 12/14/2007
I have an excel sheet that uses date formulas in order to provide data regarding the date that it brings up. My problem is that the formulas do not bring up dates unless the dates are on a weekday. Ex. I would like to look back 3 months in the past, and I do so using the formula =today()-90 (90 for 90 days, about 3 months). I would then like to input this date formula into another function (potentially an if function) so that if today-90 is a saturday or a sunday, the function will automatically bring up the date for the friday preceding it.
I am trying to format a row (B) if B8 = Saturday or Sunday. The value in B8 is derived from a formula. I have tried the following but it only works if cell is typed manually.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) On Error GoTo stoppit Application.EnableEvents = False With Me.Range("B8") If .Value = "Saturday" Or .Value = "Sunday" Then Me.Range("B8:J8").Font.ColorIndex = 2 End If End With stoppit: Application.EnableEvents = True End End Sub
I also want to change format back if cell changes to M-F.
In B13 I have the start date: 12/1/2008 In C13 I have the end date: 1/5/2009 In cell D13 I want a formula that counts the number of days between the two dates that are not Sunday. The start and end dates are included in the count.
I have created this formula using Ctrl + Shift + Enter: