Someone will enter their financial year end in the worksheet e.g. 31/03/2014 and I then have 12 cells below it called Month 1, Month 2 etc up to Month 12. I need the cell next to Month 1 to calculate what it would be... so for a Year End of 31/03/2014 month 1 would be April and this needs to apply to the 12 months.
I have a "start date" and an "end date". Is there any way to tell how many months are included in 2007 from those two dates using a formula? For instance, from 01-Feb-04 to 01-Feb-07, there is 1 month in 2007 (January). And likewise, 01-Jan-05 to 01-Jan-08 there is 12 months in 2007.
As noted, I have the start and end dates. I don't have the "how many months in 2007".
Start Date End Date How many months in 2007 01-Feb-0401-Feb-07 1 01-Jan-0301-Jan-06 0 01-Apr-0401-Apr-07 3 01-Feb-0301-Feb-06 0 01-Mar-0401-Mar-07 2 01-Feb-0401-Feb-07 1 01-Dec-0401-Dec-07 11 01-Jan-05 01-Jan-08 12
I am working with a fiscal year that starts in December and ends in November. I want to make a user defined function that will return the fiscal year of a date. I've created the below code, but it returns a zero.
If Month(DateFY) = 12 Then Year (DateFY) + 1 Else Year (DateFY) End If End Function
I am creating a budget spreadsheet. I am trying to create a list box where I choose what month I want to start with and the other months follow in each column, depending on what month picked in my list box.
I need to be able to add up times worked for 12 months of the year. For example if one workd 49 hours and 23 minutes the month of Jan and the same for Feb, how do I do this and keep a running sum of them? I can't see to figure out how to format it so that it does not change to time of day since it will be over 24 hours.
I have just finished sorting my anniversary list by Month (in alpha order)
B C D E F 1 Hire Date MonthDay YearLast Name First Name 2 04/04/2011April 042011Emp 1 3 04/09/1996April 091996Emp 2 4 08/02/2012August022012Emp 3 5 08/09/2004August092004Emp 4 6 08/13/2001August132001Emp 5 7 08/16/2010August162010Emp 6
Is there a way to sort by Calendar year? Jan, Feb, Mar, etc.
Inmates can apply for pre-release when they have half their minimum sentence served. For example 2 years 6 months. They would have to serve 1 year 3 months.
I use this formula
Where A1 is half the years, B5 is half the months, and B6 is half the days. The problem is when an inmate is sentenced to a minimum of 3 years and 3 months. The latter formula will not calculate 1.5 years or 1.5 months. It rounds up. What I would like to do is covert the 1.5 years to months and the 1.5 months to days.
I need is a formula that averages totals from different months out of the year. I already have a yearly average. That was easy. But what I need is a 3 & 6 month average.
I also need it to be most current, so when I am in September, it will take the 3 previous months and average them and same with the 6 month. Then when I move into October, it would take its 3 previous months, i.e. - July,August, September.
I have dates in my column “A”, for example (A1 cell =22-Mar-1971), (A2 cell=30-Dec-1965). Now my requirement is in B column date and month from A column and year should take current year. Output in B column (B1 cell =22-Mar-2009), (B2 cell=30-Dec-2009)
I have a sheet in my workbook with at least 180 small tables, there may be more. I woulds like to be able to change total formulas for all tables at once to show either year-to- date or total year.
For example: If we have only progressed through the second period of the year, I would like to choose something to indicate period 2. At other time I may want to know the total year whether the periods are completed or not.
I have collected some data on economic factors for different countries. Unfortunately, the dates when I started to calculated my economic factors are different for each country (due to the data available to me).
What I would like Excel to have done is to take the date when I started to measure for e.g. country A (D3 ie 30/06/2007), copy it into column "I" (for country A, it's cell I3) and fill in the following months in the rows below (with always the date of the last day of a month) until it reaches 28th of Feb 2013. Then, it should go up to the next country (country B) take the starting date (D4, ie 31/07/2007), go to the last entry in "I" (ie I71) and paste the date in, fill in the months until 28th of Feb 2013, do the same for country C and so on.
I have started to code a VBA but I am unfortunately a beginner in VBA and totally stuck at the moment. My VBA code does paste in the months but for some reason, it also changes the starting date of the first month.
Moreover, I tried a workaround for the fact that Excel doesnt know when to stop; ie I introduced a "monthdiff" variable which should calculate the number of months between the starting date (which is variable and unique for each country) and the end date (which is always 28th of Feb 2013). At the moment, it only does this for country A.
VB: Set rng = ActiveSheet.Range("I3" & Cells(monthdiff, "I").Address)[SIZE=4][/SIZE]
I have tried to make this dynamic but have been unsuccessful so far.
Spreadsheet with data&code is attached.
VB: Sub Macro1() Dim mainrange As Range Dim rng As Range
I have a start date for a contract in cell AM1. I need AN1 show a date six months from the start date in AM1. I am fine with that part.
However, I would like for AN1 to calculate not only a six-month date but also to auto-update to the next six month date from AM1 once the first six month date is about, let's say, one month past. What I am doing is calculating when a six-month inspection needs to be completed; these inspections are ongoing, so I need them to auto-update.
So let's say a contract was awarded today, 25 JAN 2010. That would be value in AM1.
I want AN1 to produce a date six months from 25 JAN 2010, which would be 25 JUL 2010 (yes, this way of calculating the six month date is fine). Then around, let's say, 25 AUG 2010, I want AN1 to auto-update to produce the next six month date, which would be 25 JAN 2011 (six months from 25 JUL). Obviously the function would need to relate to TODAY() in some way.