IF To Calculate If One Date Is Greater Than Another

Nov 18, 2006

I am having great difficulties getting the following formula to calulate wether the date in cell f2 is greather than of less than the given date.

=IF(F2<="18.11.06", "No Cover", "Under Warranty")

f2 = 14.09.02

This does produce the wanted result of "No cover" however if the date is 14.09.07 and therefore greater the 18.11.06 i will not get the expected result of "Under Warranty"

I have problem to calculate the time which is more than 23:00:00hrs in a file. I need to compare the benchmark time and the difference of time(start time and end time) and show pass/fail depending on benchmark set time. For few of the times which is more than 23:00:00 hrs the format is taking different(example: for 49:15:48, it is showing 02/01/1900 01:15:48 in formaula bar) for which i am not able to use formula and know pass/fail.

I have an excel spreadsheet where you enter the start time and end time for job function. Since some of the times cross midnight, I use the formula J3=IF(I3>H3,I3-H3,1+I3-H3) where I is the end time and H is the start time (format hh:mm). This part works fine, however when I sum column J and change my format to Time 37:38:00 (since it is over 24 hrs), it returns a large number of 2234:48:39 which should be closer to 223:00:00.

I have made a userform where I calculate how long time an operation takes. If the time fe.g. is 25 hours and 24 minutes then I get the result 1:24. I have attached my userform as it looks now. If you write 540 in the bar and 550 in volume and press "Beregn" then "Norm tid + 10%" will write 1:24 and not 25:24. Is it possible to have the Userform to write 25:24 or 1day and 1 hour and 24minutes?

I have a list of dates B2:B248. All the cells have been formatted to date type dd/mm/yyyy.

I'm just trying to count the number that are earlier than a certain date.

I thought a COUNTIF function would work! I've tried DATE, DATEVALUE etc.

I can work with the dates ie B2 (which would have 23/08/2007)-1 comes out as 22/08/2007. However when I try if(B2<B3,"lower","higher") it gives me a false reading - even when B2 is earlier than B3.

How can I check if my list of dates is earlier than a specified date?

I have a spreadsheet with two dates for every entry. The first date is the "Projected Completion Date (F66:F139) and the second range is "Acutal Completion Date" (H66:H139). I want to sum all entries where the Projected Completion Date is Greater than the Actual Completion Date and then have that number divided by the amount of entries that have been completed (ie. Enties that have an Actual Completion Date entered. If the entries are outstanding then the Actual Completion Date field is left blank.)

I'm trying to workout how to take a known initial date a repeating frequency and work out the next due date from today.

Example

Initial Date :- 1st of January 2014

Frequency :- every 5 weeks

Current Date :- 9th of March 2014

Next Due date should be :-12th of March 2014 (if I worked it out correctly from my paper calendar)

I want to use a cell formula to do this for different initial dates and varying frequency periods (the frequency will always be whole weeks i.e. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,8,10)

I have an Workbook where on Sheet one it shows a date of a sold item in Column AH. On sheet two Column AG references sheet 1 Column AH. On sheet 2 I need it to delete the row if the date is greater than 1/0/00 ( which is an empty cell in sheet 1, but for some reason shows it as "1/0/00"). I have tried this code but I keep getting errors:

I have start date(Column A) and an end date(Column B) in two columns and I have found out the difference between them in column C in hh:mm:ss format. I want to find out how many cases are greater than 2 Hrs but less than or equal to 4 Hrs.

I've got the following function that check if each cell has a date greater than TODAY(). If result is true, it'll display "NO GO". Otherwise, it'll display "GO".

I would want to improve on it such that if any of the 'B5:F5' cell is empty, it'll display "Incomplete" instead of "No Go".

I'm looking for a function which will determine if a target date is greater than or equal to THE JULY FOLLOWING A GIVEN DATE. In the attached spreadsheet the Start Date (B5) would be the GIVEN DATE Target Date is listed in ROW 1. In sentence form the function in cell G2 would be something like, "If G1 >= July following B5, then True.

Its a training list, and I want to count the number of staff with valid training dates, I want to keep invalid dates as a reminder and I also have text N/A to disregard. Have used an IF function array but there are approx 33 column entries I want to add and using array function limits the amount of formula entries up to column 24.

Would be much easier if I used data validation to kick out the invalid date entries but we want to keep them if possible.

=Date(year(today()),month(today()),A1) works great, However I need the formula to subtract 1 month if the value returned would be greater than today's date.

In my Excel spreadsheet I enter todays date in a single cell (A2), then I list various dates that jobs come into shop in other cells (A8:A108). I have cells ( F8:F108) where I have been manually entering an asterik (*) for those jobs equal to or greater than five days old in cell (A2). Is there a formula that can do the math for me? I've tried Excel help but to no avail.

I have been working on this issue for some time, searches let me down paths to tell me of the color of the cell, but can't put all the pieces together. What I am trying to do, is upon Clicking Command Button 1 it will go row by row of column D (there are 2 headers so D3 would be the first fillable data) looking for dates that is past todays date, if past, it will color the cell red then copy it to the next available row in sheet2 then continue, date past due, color red, copy entire row to sheet 2 looping until the end is reached

So I've got a vertical list of dates in M/D/YYYY format, and I'm trying to come up with a method to pull certain dates that are greater than a given benchmark and paste those values in another column. For instance, if I've got a list with 3/3/2008, 5/5/2010, 6/6/2011, and 7/7/2012 I want to pull only the dates beyond 12/31/2010 (so would be the 6/6 and 7/7 ones).

I'm assuming this isn't doable with one formula, so I would need a macro. But I'm having trouble just even coming up with the logical operator for just one date. I must be doing something wrong here. If my date in B2 is 1/1/2009 and I have a formula as IF(B2>12/31/2009,"True","False"), I just get TRUE, which shouldn't be the case.

In the attached workbook - the stock Inventory is increased, every second day, by the value shown in cells of column A. Column B displays the date of the update. I'm looking for a Formula (might be an Array Formula) that will return the latest date before the stock turns to be greater than the value in cell D3. I managed to solve it, in cell F3, but with the help column C.

I need a formula that will calculate the number of days from a date entered into cell A1 to today's date. Whether it's before or after todays date. Example:

I have two columns of dates, leave start and end dates (when people start leave i.e. annual leave). Would need to introduce column(s) to calculate how many days fell within the month including the end date and excludes weekends.

For example, if the staff on leave from 31st March to 6 April, i need to show that the number of leave taken as 1 day in March and 4 days in April.

I have a table that looks like this (its basically a historical data of a stock exchange):

Date Index January 4, 2010

[Code]....

The List continues till the current Date.

I want to calculate Average Index Values of a Date of each month within a Date Range. Example: Calculate Average Index Values for 3rd of Each month from 1st Feb 2010 to 3rd Jan 2011. Formula should calculate Average of the Index Values for 3rd Feb 2010, 3rd March 2010, 3rd April 2010, 3rd May 2010, 3rd June 2010, 3rd July 2010, 3rd Aug 2010, 3rd Sept 2010, 3rd Oct 2010, 3rd Nov 2010, 3rd Dec 2010, 3rd Jan 2011.

Both the Date and the Date Range is variable. Also, the Index Value for selected Date of one or more month may not be available as that being a holiday. In that case, the formula needs to use the last available Index Value before that Date. e.g. If Index Value for 3rd Oct 2010 is not available, system will use the Index Value of 2nd Oct 2010.

i am trying to create a forumla in a column (D in my expamle below) to count the number of days between two dates. Knowing that col D will change everytime the @now date changes - but thats ok..

COL A COL B COL D ROW 1 Open Date Closed Date Count of days open ROW 2 4/1/07 BLANK CELL Formula result here ROW 3 4/1/07 9/5/07 Formula result here

if col b has a date then subrtract col a from b and display the # result, if col b is blank then subtract col a from location I store the @ now date - say Col ZZ Row 99? so no matter there is a count of number of days in every row in column D

I have column B with a heading "Days Remaining" and column L with a heading "Deadline". starting with row 5, I need to be able to enter a date in L5 and see the days I have left, from that day untill today, on B5. I need to then be able to enter a date into L6 and see a result in B6 and on and on. Then I need to be able to insert or delete a column and have the formulas still work in the columns with the heading "Days Remaining" and "Deadline"

I'd like all Cells in column AC (e.g. AC$3$:AC$517$) to be filled with yellow fill if the cell value is any date greater than or equal to today. Any past dates can be left blank (for now)

Looking to calculate timecycle from open date to close date. Having trouble trying to figure out how to have the formula look at the close date cell and if it is blank go to the next cell in the row to find a close date and subtract the open date from the close date to get the total number of days in the timecycle. See attached example.