i have 6 columns representing people B6:B500 C D E F G all the same in each row a date as worked will be entered for each person say from b6 to g6 2,6,1,3,5,4
in A1 i want to show the earliest date worked which is 1 then say 7 is entered into d7 i need A1 to show 2 as the next earliest and the same to happen as each date is entered i am using 2007 at work and 2003 at home.
I'm working through a large database on sheet 1 that has multiple transactions for each person, what i am trying to do is find the earliest date and the first amount that each person deposited money. The findings will go into a table on sheet 2
This is a dummy data of what i have: Sheet 1 - database....
I have a column of dates listed at the bottom of this post. I am looking to have a formula in a cell that gives me the earliest date from the column. I have tried Min() and Small() with no success. Is it perhaps the "AM" and "PM" that is throwing things off? A small example of the data:
11/21/2008 AM11/09/2008 AM11/09/2008 PM11/09/2008 PM11/10/2008 PM11/11/2008 AM11/11/2008 AM and it should return 11/09/2008. Thanks in advance any and all. Ed
What I understand is that balls are drawn in each dated lotto draw and the numbers of the balls thus drawn are entered into a spreadsheet against the actual date of the drawing - and so forth and so forth for each successive drawing.
Here is my version of the question:
If I want to look up the LAST date that a specific ball was drawn, the array formula that daddylonglegs provided works 100%, but when I replace the MAX in that formula with MIN (to get the earliest date??), it ALWAYS responds with 00/01/1900 with the cell formatted as a date, or simply 0 if it is formatted as a number.
I made sure that the ranges did not include empty cells and still it gives me that answer.
I attach the same workbook with daddylonglegs' formula in column D and my "tries" in column F.
We have multiple work orders per opportunity, and each work order has a date. I have a sheet of these work orders which shows the work order #, work order date, and opportunity date. What I want to do is add a column which reports the work order date if it is the earliest instance of a work order for the opportunity (said differently, the first work order for the opportunity). Is there a way to write a formula to report whether the date of the row is the earliest date for a given opportunity, all in the same table?
There is a speadsheet at work with a column which has a range of dates (from 18/05/2003 - date) which information gets drawn from every Friday. The information needed from the column is pretty simple but lengthy to expalin. For example...
As you can the dates are in no order...and need to stay that way. The information needed every week is shown here...
I have got the formula for the number of enteries between each date but strugling with the earliest date within the dates. I can do it manually by auto filtering the column and looking for the date closest to the earliest date but this is long.
The dates change on a weekly basis...just to throw a spanner in the works.
I need an excel function to return the earliest and latest date for a particular/unique ID.
For example: In my sample workbook, the earliest date for all the columns with ID = 1 should return 11/1/2001 and the latest date should be 12/2/2011. If all the dates for a particular ID are the same, it should just return that date. For example, for ID = 2, all dates are 5/5/2010 so the earliest and latest dates should equal 5/5/2010. The earliest and latest dates have to be for each unique ID.
I have a date range, containing blanks and values. I need a function to show the earliest date that contains a non-blank value. The function should be robust enough that I can sort by date and still show the correct data.
Using online examples I am usually capable to reconstruct whatever I need. However, it's the combination of things I need to do now, which has left me banging my head on the keyboard for days now
Here's the data I am working with:
And here's what I need to get done:
From sheet 1, select first ID entry from Column A.Find matching ID in Column A of sheet 2On match, find in Column B the earliest date belonging to the concerned IDCopy that earliest date next to the corressponding ID in Column B back on sheet 1Return to step 1 and repeat for next ID entry. Do until end of list (sheet1)
So the result should look as following on sheet 1:
The major issue I am having is the combination of step 3 and 5. Because it probably means something like moving through an array that's within an array through which one is moving. And I am just missing that bit of experience that allows me to make that thinking step. I just keep falling off if you know what I mean...
I have a column of figures in a file sent to me recently which are dates but for some reason have been reversed eg 20140321. This is 21st march 2014. However I have tried formatting the number as a date (as we would normally see it in UK eg 21/03/14 or similar) and I cannot get Excel to recognise it as a date - I just get a long row of asterisks. How do I get a recognisable date sequence?
I have data on 400 rows. Each row has a maximum of 10 cells with data, but many have empty cells with no data. I would like to sort each row to show values of cells in sequence and eliminate empty cells. I can use the sort row function but its a long process for 400 individual rows. Is there an easier way?
If I enter 12/2, in one of the rows in column A it will display today dates in cell B1 since today is 12/2, but when tomorrows comes, since there is not a 12/3 date in column A, B1 cell will be empty, but when 12/4 comes, cell B1 will show 12/4 since that is a 12/4 date
Basically, what I want is to find the earliest EPSI1MN and its associated EPSI1YR and EPSI1NE, within the same period of EPSI1YR and then store the results in a separate sheet. This process is to be repeated for 12 years of data, covering more than 4000 companies.
I'm trying to pull out the earliest and latest dates associated with a text string in a workbook.
Min Max dates example.xlsx
i.e. in this example, I want one column to display the earliest date associated with DU 145, and the next column to display the latest.
From what I understand, I need an array formula to do this and have written the following, which works:
=MIN(IF($A$2:$A$6=A2,$B$2:$B$6)) (confirmed with CSE) - and the same for MAX.
Where I'm struggling is that DU 145 may be entered in the workbook as DU145, DU 145 or DU-145 and I need to take all of them into account. I tried:
As this works in a COUNTIF formula in the same sheet. But this just returns a date of 00/01/1900. I'm new to array formulae & haven't really worked them out yet. Is there a way to do this? I assume it's something to do with the way I'm entering text as removing the wildcard * makes no difference.
Below is an example of an Excel sheet I'm working with: [URL]
Basically, I'm trying to delete the duplicate rows by matching ID, Date and Type. If ID, Date and Type are the same, then, I want to only keep the record with the earliest Time in case of Type = In and the latest Time in case of Type = Out.
So, for example, in the case of ID = 1, there are 3 records for In, I only want to keep the one where Time is: 8:01 as this is the earliest. The other 2 records should be deleted.
Similarly, in the case of ID 3, I want to keep the record where Time = 18:05 as this is the later time out of the 2.
Can this be achieved by Conditional Formatting or Macro or VBA?
I'm trying to pull the earliest and lasted times out of a list of time stamps. Say I have a column full of clock in and clock out times and wanted to find the first clock in time and the last clock out time (just an example). My lookup_value would be a Store number. I can't post it here due to legality reasons, but I have a column a store numbers that will be my lookup values and I need to find the earliest and lastest time in a list of data on another tab.