I have a start date dd/mm/yyyy, and require a formula that everytime a spreadsheet
is opened, based on the current date, to calculate how many years, months and days
have elasped yy mm dd since the start date...
In one column I'll have a list incrementing in 1w,2w,3w,1month and I want to be able to count the number of days that have elapsed till the latest cell. Right now I'm just winging it by saying there's always 31 days in one month using a COUNTA function, but I need it to be accurate.
I am looking for a formula that will return the number of months (periods) between two dates, ignoring days and years. Using the above dates, which cannot be changed, the result needs to be 63. The formulas I have tried keep returning 64 because my later date is at the end of a period, and my earlier date is at the beginning.
I am trying to calculate the time elapsed. I have included a caption to show my formula. The problem I have is that some times are showing > 60 minutes instead of increasing the hour. When my day go over the midnight hour I get a negative number.
I'm building a schedule in excel and am having trouble with the calculation of total hours when lapsing a day, or more specific, adding it into my current equation. For example; Monday they clock in at 5pm and work till 1am. I have found a couple of ways to get the desired out come from this on it's own. I just add the value of a day if the out time is less than the in time, or if the out time minus the in time is less than 0.
However, I need to add this calculation into an equation that is already calculating time elapsed within a single day, turning that into a decimal number and then checking if the total time elapsed is less than 6 hours, if false it subtracts a thirty minute break. Here is the current equation I'm using, I'm sure that there is an if(or, or if(and I could use to make it work when the time lapses 12am while also performing the 6 hour check to subtract the break.
I was asked by a colleague how they could put a persons date of birth in one cell, todays date in another, and return their age in years and months. Accuracy to within a month. This is what I gave them.
=TRUNC((B1-A1)/365.25)&" Years "& ROUND(((B1-A1)/365.25-TRUNC((B1-A1)/365.25))*12,0)&" Months"
Is there a way to show in excel that something feel within a specific time frame? An example being if I want to see the amount of time it took to close a customer service ticket. I would take the closed date minus the raised date, but then I would like to show in a cell it was open from Feb to Mar 2011.
I have two columns with dates (and times) in that I am trying to define how many days, hrs and mins have elapsed i.e. A1 has 12/12/06 21:00, B1 has 17/12/06 21:00. C1 has B1-A1 and is custom formatted to show as dd"days" hh"hrs" mm"mins". In this case it will therefore show as 5days 0hrs 0mins. Which is correct.
However, if more than 1month has elapsed then the format m"m" d"days" h"hrs" m"mins" does not work. For example 17/03/06 03:00 to 20/12/06 07:00 shows as 10m 4days 4hrs 00min, which it clearly isn't.
I know the reason it does this is because it calculates the difference between the two times and adds that to it's 0 value, which in my format is 01/01/1900 00:00. therefore when it adds 277days (the answer) it becomes 04/10/1900 04:00, so my formatting is just calling the month value ('10') and the day value ('4').
I understand the reason it does this, 277 days on from 01/01/1900 is indeed Oct 4th, but 277 days on from 17/03/06 is not 10months and 4 days as there are different length months in between. It also seems to add a month on, possibly because the format for 'months' is between 1 & 12 and therefore cannot begin at 0?
Does anyone know if it's possible to force excel to work out the correct number of months and days have elapsed between two dates and not apply it to 01/01/1900? Or any other possible solution, maybe with a different custom format?
See attached. (I added in some arrows for the first month so it is easier to follow the logic)
I am working with monthly revenues. Revenues are earned in a specific month but only a % is received in that month and over the next 4 months. I need a formula that will spread these revenues earned in 1 month over the next 4 months.
Currently, I have a complex Index/Match formula which works until September. September, October, November, and December do not work correctly because once the months roll over from month 12 (December) back down to month 1 (January), my formula cannot recognize the range.
Essentially, I need the formula to return the correct amount that is being paid, even across different years.
I don't know if my formula can be modified or a new formula would be more efficient.
(This post originated from Commercial Services, which I just requested be removed from that forum)
ith the example below, i am having a problem with the calculation of Total Month. If i put Dec 31 2012 in A2 the total month is 10 BUT if I change the A2 to Dec 30, 2012 the total month is 11. What i am trying to do is to calculate the number of months only disregarding the years. example August 15, 2010 and January 16, 2013 i need to have total months of 5 months only.
I am not sure that I can do this, but here is what I would like to do. I have a worksheet that I initial when I start a job in on cell and then when I finish in another cell. What I's like is to have a macro running in the back ground that will tell me the total elapsed time from when I started to when I finished.
I would like to calculate the number of years and months that have passed since a certain date. Would like it in a number format so I can pickout those who have gone reached 5 year increments during each month.
Such as someone reaching 40 injury free years in June of this year I can let them know.
I am trying to create a time stamp that shows elapsed time. So I enter my start time, and if I enter any text in cell B7, return the elapsed time in A7 based off of start time in A6. I have attached an example workbook.