Set Date In Table Cell To Be Date In Another Cell Plus 30 But Leave Blank If Other Cell Is Blank
Nov 19, 2013
I have made a table which contains 2 date columns, Both formatted as date (dd-mmm-yy), the second column is calculated as the first column, + 30, The dates work out fine when adding to a date in the first columns, but from a blank cell it displays 30-Jan-00.
Rather than delete the rows with the blanks in the Started column, is there a formula that I can use so that the cells in the "Finishes" column is left blank when the "Started" cells are blank?
The current formula for cells in the "Finished" column is:
I'm want this formula, =IF($C30="Y",$A29+1,""), to leave cell A29 blank if cell C30 doesn't have a "Y" in it. If cell C30 does have a "Y" in it then I want to add one day to cell A29. Cell A30 should return 28-Feb, but in stead it returns 0-Jan.
Probably a simple method that i have not tried. I have a table where some cells are populated with #N/A. I am trying to work out a formula in another cell saying if the cell that contains #N/A then leave this cell blank.
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I have a column that indicates the earliest date that a project will start. There is a Project Minimum Date, Activity Dates, Sub Activity Dates and Sub Sub Activity Dates.
When a Sub Sub Activity Date is entered, it goes up to the Sub Activity Date and so on.
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I'm trying to set up my formula so that if there is no criteria match, rather than returning 0 it leaves the cell blank.
(I recommend skipping the below text and just opening the attached spreadsheet, instructions/what I'm looking for and trying to achieve and well laid out requirements and examples are in the spreadsheet and much more thoroughly explained then I can do below)
I'm setting up a table that grabs data from columns in a raw data spreadsheet.
For the purpose of the table I'm making, the formula needs to match up both the House, and the year/month from the raw data sheet, then if the two match and are side by side, return the value to the right either in the Plan Field or the actuals field depending on which field in the table the formula is in. If there is no entry or matching criteria for both the house and Month then it should leave the cell blank, not show a 0
So I have a SUMIFS formula that I'm trying to set up so that if there is no criteria match it leaves the cell blank.
So =SUMIFS(sum range, criteria& range, criteria&range), if no matching criteria can be found, leave cell blank, else if matching criteria found then return value from the sumrange.
Yeah kind of hard to follow, so attached is a very detailed and well laid out spreadsheet showing the example of what the formula is, how it's working/what it's returning and an example of what i want it to return/look like, so please check out the spreadsheet, it explains it a million times better.
Essentially though i want the formula set up so that if there is no criteria match, rather than returning 0 it leaves the cell blank.
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A - Date last checked B - Due Date C - Actual Date checked
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Using one spreadsheet with three date columns and two columns counting days.
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Created on = J4 Submitted on = K4 Resolution Date = L4 Days to Approve = M4 I've got that formula =IF(L4="","",L4-K4) Days Pending Approval= N4 (cell with formula)
If Resoultion Date L4 has a value, return blank If Submit on K4 and Resoultion date L4 are blank, return blank If Resolution date L4 is blank, and Submit on K4 has a value, subtract Todays date from Submit on K4 to show Days Pending Approval
Cell J4______Cell K4______Cell L4__________Cell M4__________Cell N4 Created on___Submit On___Resolution Date___Days to Approve___Days Pending Approval 4/5/13_______blank______Blank____________Blank___________Blank 4/5/13_______4/5/13_____4/7/13___________2_______________Blank 4/5/13_______4/5/13_____Blank____________Blank___________()Today-K4
how to make the data look like a table with three columns. Other than the date, it is space delimited. I have a tracking spreadsheet where Column A is populated with dates for the year. Column C contains daily values.
I don't always start entering daily values on the first day of the year, e.g., this year the first value in Column C corresponds to March 9. All values in Column C are contiguous - there are no blank cells until the value in Column A is greater than today's date code. I would like to use a formula (rather than VBA) to look down Column C and find the first non-blank entry where the value in Column A is less than or equal to today(). In this case, the formula should return the value for March 9, 2008.
CREATE TABLES LIKE BELOW?Column A Column B Column C
March 1, 2008Saturday March 2, 2008Sunday March 3, 2008Monday March 4, 2008Tuesday March 5, 2008Wednesday ...................