I am having a hard time with this formula. How can I adjust my formula so that everything that falls outside the boundries of my given date range will have the word "DELETE" next to it? Here is what I have and it is not working....

Having a hard time putting this one together..Trying to do: Create a formula that counts how many cells in Column L, that fall within a date range and also have a specific category of "text" (Column E). What I've tried:=COUNTIF($L$4:$L$166,"

I am attempting to pick up a date with time entry on a worksheet and place it into a TextBox on a UserForm. Format on the sheet is mm/dd/yyyy h:mm AM/PM. The UserForm is placing the value as mm/dd/yyyy 12:00 AM. here is the

Private Sub UserForm_Initialize() If Not Range("dDate").Value = "" Then TextBox2.Value = Range("dDate").Value TextBox2.Text = Format(DateValue(TextBox2.Text), "mm/dd/yy h:mm AM/PM") Else TextBox2.Value = "" TextBox2.SetFocus End If End Sub

"dDate" is the named range where the date is sitting. The format is also set on the TextBox2 exit event. Can anyone see why only the date portion is being transfered with the default 12:00 AM for no time component of the value?

I have a spreadsheet with date/time in a column. Each date/time has a value associated with it in another column.

What I am looking to do is to sum the values that occur in an hour or less and have that summed value populate a cell in the proceeding column. Not concerned about values that are associated with durations greater than 1 hour.

Date/Time Value 7/27/07 5:33 PM 0.00 7/27/07 7:51 PM 0.04 7/27/07 8:28 PM 0.04 7/27/07 11:08 PM 0.00 7/27/07 11:57 PM 0.08 7/28/07 12:11 AM 0.04 7/28/07 12:23 AM 0.06 7/28/07 12:50 AM 0.04 7/28/07 2:46 AM 0.04 7/28/07 5:30 AM 0.04 7/28/07 5:27 PM 0.04

I'm setting up a spreadsheet to manage recurring tasks that fall within a given date range.

I have a named variable (theDate) which pulls the list of matching tasks that fall on a single day, but some fall on multiple days, so I need to somehow extract the next valid date the task will come due.

I've been playing with formulas until my brain got scrambled. I suspect I may not have got enough sleep over Christmas and there's something staring me in the face I'll kick myself over.

Column Headings are: Description (Col B), [various notes C:E], M, T, W, T, F, S, S, (Cols F:L, marked with x when relevant), StartDate (M), EndDate (N) and my nemesis, NextDate.

That formula should check that 'theDate' falls within the range, if so, lookup whether the appropriate weekday is null or not, and if it's not, then the current date comes back. If it is, then I need it to find the next weekday (by that I don't mean M-F, I mean any of the 7) when it will fall and return that date. I do have the weekday number in F2 if needed, and I'm using a weekday return type of 2 (Mon=1).

'theDate' will usually be in the future, but not always. It needs to not fall over if it's past.

I'd like to do this via formula ideally, since the SOE I'm on keeps losing my Analysis Toolpak, but if I have to code, I have to code.

attached is an example of a timesheet we use. now after lengthy discussions the comany say its not 'in their interest' to use acess so i'm stuck with excel on this one.

I need to sum a column on many critiera, which i feel maybe a job for the trusty old =SUMPRODUCT. But thing is i need to sum a column based on a date range, Rate, Day.

I have manually typed in the number i think it should produce but as far as formulas go

1st off need to calcualte date range, which is situated on the top of the spreadsheet. 2nd some how tell the formula that Normal overtime is either classed as rate 1 Saturdays classed as 1.5 and sundays and bank holidays classed as 2.

I have a problem with writing a set of macros to automate a report.

I have been asked to automate a report that at present has the person to add data into column L which relates to the dates in Column M. the dates are in the full date and time format. eg 20/10/2008 9:07:18 AM.

For example, if the report is being run for December's Data, you would first of all need to delete any rows that contain any date after December 08, so any jobs that were raised this month, then in Column L he would add "Raised This Month" for any raised in December and "Previous Months" for any raised previous to December.

I have looked at a few diiferent ways to try this and none have even come close. It makes it harder that the month for the data will change every month.

So to sum it up I need to use the dates in Column M to affect the data in column L, also delete the row if column N is earlier than a certian date.

I am trying to get a count of cells that fall within a specific date range. In my case, I need cells from today and minus 6 days from now. e.g. last Friday until this Thursday. I do this weekly.

I can get the correct count of total entries for the period with:

I am trying to get a SUMIF formula to work where the following: - RANGE = Column N:N (These are all a list of dates) CRITERIA = Cell C20:D20 (These are the dates i want to look at) SUM_RANGE = Column P:P

Basically, I want to SUM all the numbers on Column P where the date in Column N falls between and including the dates in Cell C20 and D20

In attachement, I want to show in the YELLOW cells the SUM of Column P where the Date in Column N is between the Dates in column C and D.

I have a start date column and column for status. Status is either "in-progress" or "complete". I want to count the number of "complete" items that fall within a specific date range. I have tried countif but I can only seem to get a count of all items that fall between the date range. I do not want a pivot table for this.

I have a date range that I'm trying to get a total count on. The criteria is any date in COLUMN I that is not "approved" in COLUMN L and the date is less than the current date which I have in cell U5.

I have time-worked spreadsheet use to calculate the hours worked over a year, now I need to sum the hours worked during a given period if they happen to be on a public holiday. I have a column (say A) displaying dates from 1/1/13 till 31/12/13, another column giving the result of the worked hours (say B). I also have a defined list of public holidays which I need to compare with (named Holidays). The working year is "divided" in 13 periods of 28 days each (the last one having 29 days). I was trying to use the SUMIFS function (since i have other constrains that need to be met) e.g. =SUMIFS(B1:B28,A1:A28,Holidays)

I need to sum the 1st column from the bottom, to the same line of the max on the right column. First thing i remembered =sum(xx:max(xx:xx)) but it doesn't work, i think because sum() does't allow any operations in its arguments. Second was to store the line of the max and try to join the column and then sum them but =lin(max(xx:xx)) doesn't work either Third i tried =sum.if() but i don't have much experience with this function.

Also i'm trying to perfect a SUM.IF with a DATE RANGE CRITERIA instead of: =SUM.IF(I4:I25,">=2009/1/1",R4:R25)-SUM.IF(I4:I25,">=2010/1/1",R4:R25)

why can't i use? =sum.if(xx:xx,year(xx:xx)=2009,yx:yx) or =sum.if(xx:xx,year(xx:xx)="2009",yx:yx)

Attached is a really simplified version of what I'm trying to accomplish. I'll attempt to get my brain working well enough to explain it:

For each row, I have a person's name, their department, their site, and then a series of dates (representing dates of attendence). The four columns after the dates ("Counts" is the first) are me trying to keep all the right numbers in mind, and are the routes I've been trying to take on this. I have also tried to make a custom formula called ClassInRange, which isn't playing nicely.

What I eventually need to populate is the little 2x3 section at the bottom where the three sites and the two departments I'm working with (down from 5 sites and 8 departments for the sake of sanity). What I need to be able to do is populate those cells with something that will tell me how many people from which site and department have attended something within the date range.

So, for example, I need to know that the 2 guys in Wellesley attended something between January 1st and December 31st of 2007. (American date style, in case anyone's lost)

If you're able to help, please keep in mind that I'm not the end-user; I'm just the slightly crazy dude trying to create this thing and make it simple to use. Eventually, the Dept/Site box will be part of a template which is copied and pasted up to four times on a report sheet, each fed by different date-range criteria.

Also, the important information is the person's name, dept and site, which I hope gives some reason behind the organization; we want to find the person easily.

Cell C2 has the date - "3/03/2014" Cell F2 has the time - "12:43 AM"

I have combined these in cell O2 - "3/03/14 0:43"

In another sheet 'ref' I have the days split in to two shifts (two 12 hour shifts - from 6am to 6pm (L2), and 6pm to 6am (M2), and the shift that the date falls on is in N2.

So if C2 = "3/03/2014" & F2 = "12:43 AM", it falls between 2/03/2014 6pm and 3/03/2014 6am, then I want to return the third columns value (which shift it is) in the ref sheet. I think this requires Vlookup.

I have a centralized document that myself and my co-workers use. I would like to insert a date formula that upon opening the "Main" document displays the current date (that is no problem). The catch is, when myself or my co-workers make a change to that document, and "save as" I would like that date to stick (no longer display the current date, but the date in which it was "saved as").

I have an excel sheet which connects to an SQL database, one of the colums (A) is the date & time for a particular event. I would like to calculate in another cell the difference between the current date and time and the date & time in column A in minutes.

Does anyone have a formula (or formulae) for working out the following:

Don't hesitate to ask me more details, or contact me on MSN...

I have a worksheet with one column showing date and time, in HH:MM (North American Format) and a second column showing temperature readings taken every 15 minutes.

What I am trying to calculate is the total amount of time (in HH:MM) that the temperature was equal to or below a certain threshold.

I have seen some formulaes for calculating elapsed time, but nothing which can account for this variable.

I am trying to find the median for a huge amount of data, so I have cut it down to just an example size. I have uploaded a copy of the example file.

I have three price ranges that I have to find the median for:

Under $5MM $5 MM - $25 MM $26 MM - $56 MM

I need to find the median for each price range for Signed units and Sold units. I also have to find a median within a date range (e.g. within the last six months) that includes the previous criteria.

For the first formula, I have tried using the following formulas:

The part in green will count the number of entries for the name Johnson & Freedman LLC perfectly fine. However when i add the last part in red i receive a #Value! error.

Col. W is formatted as General and has a data validation for the user only to choose Pass or Fail.

I am trying to do a sumif off all dates that fall into a specific year. I know I can do it by either adding a column in either of the sources to get the translated data but I was wondering if I can get this to work by it recognizing the format within the formula only.

For those of you that love difficult ones, here's one..

I have a sheet that has a column of names.. Across the top row I have dates.. let's say from the 1st through the 31st.... in the body of the report i have different sales numbers and what I am trying to is the following...

So let's say in this instance, mind you my real report is about 342 rows of names and stats.. Is look for Johnny between 1/3 and 1/4 and average those numbers between those 2 dates...

I've tried everything from sumproduct to vlookups and can't seem to get it right...

1) SELECTING IN THE SPECIFIED DATE RANGE (e.g from 1st jan to 31st Jan) 2) SELECTING MULTIPLE CRITERIA IN B COLUMN (MP & MS) 3) SELECTING MULTIPLE CRITERIA IN C COLUMN (SV & RS) 4) SELECTING MULTIPLE CRITERIA IN D COLUMN (IN & HI)

My colleagues tried countifs in excel 2007 but i have 2003. i want to specify all the four criteria in a single function to achieve my result (IN EACH MULTIPLE CRITERIA)

I am creating a formula that matches a particular date with a particular time. All of the dates that have 14:00 (2:00 PM) next to them should be listed from oldest date to newest date. The workbook where the formula needs to be entered contains data that is constantly shifting and updating so the formula has to be based upon the 14:00 (2:00 PM) and not the number of rows because the 14:00 (2:00 PM) row won't always be in the same place.

See the attached spreadsheet for a better explanation. There are two examples of what I need on one sheet to give an example of how the data can shift. Also, the weekend is not included in the data so the dates skip days during that period.

Let's say I have thousands of employees, but I need to determine who worked for me during a particular date range, and all I have to go on is their start date in one column and their end date in another column.

If:

A1 contains beginning date of employment B1 contains ending date of employment C1 contains specified beginning date (criteria) D1 contains specified ending date (criteria)

figuring out a formula to count the number of occurrences within a date range (the month of October) however, the date column is formatted to mm/d/yy 00:11:22 PM/AM.

I tried using =COUNTIFS(B4:B96,G3:G9611/1/2008) but got an error.

This is what I'm working with (there are other occurrences for Nov and Dec in the spreadsheet - this image only shows Oct)

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I have a long (~42,000) list of dates and times (some including zeros). I would like to name these ranges and use a formula to find the last entry in each column. I know the lists will never go over 45,000.

The data is in this format:

1/31/14 23:58:00 1/30/14

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The data will not always be consecutive, so I imagine the criteria would be something like (if there were such a thing) "ISDATE" or something of the sort.

How would I write a formula to dynamically calculate the row number of the last date or time in the column? (In this case, it would be 6.)

i need to put a date stamp when a change is made in b3:b31 into e3:e31 for each row also i need to put a date stamp into g3:g31 when a change is made in F3:f31 i try to use 1 "worksheet-change" and it is fine once i use 2 i get Ambiguous Name Detected errors

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Excel.Range) With Target If .Count > 1 Then Exit Sub If Not Intersect(Range("b3:b31"), .Cells) Is Nothing Then Application.EnableEvents = False If IsEmpty(.Value) Then .Offset(0, 3).ClearContents Else With .Offset(0, 3) ............