VBA If Date In Cell Falls Between Dates In 2 Cells?
Feb 6, 2013
I'm running a macro that pulls rows from a different spreadsheet based on certain criteria. I need to add an if statement that will determine if the dates in a column fall in between 2 dates specified in cells.
I'm trying to use countif or similar to show how many times a given date is between 2 dates (inclusive). Each row of the spreadsheet contains amongst other info, a Start Date and an End Date. If i've got 2 rows like this:
I'd want to lookup 02/01/2009 and have it return 2 (02/01/09 falls between the dates on row 1 and the dates on row 2). To give some context, this is an export from a database containing staff holiday dates, and I'd like to be able to see how many people will be on holiday on any given date, given the start and end date of all holiday occurances throughout the year.
What i have is a list of dates in a row. I want to set up a countif formula to count the number of date that fall with in 90 days of todays date. I'm planning on placing todays date in a cell in the upper left hand corner (cell A2) above the list of dates. This way i can just type in todays date and the spreedsheet will count the number of dates, in the list, that fall with in 90 days of the date i type into cell A2
I am trying to learn more about functions like IF(), AND() MATCH() and LOOKUP()... but so far I cant seem to get it right. I am actually trying to get a simple working formula that can take a value from the first tab and cross reference it with a table in the second tab to return another value in the first tab.
On the first tab/sheet named "Details", i have a list of people, an area of work they fall in and then a column named region that categorizes their areas of work into groups
A B C
1 Name Area of Work Region
2 Mr A J ?
3 Mr B 6 ?
4 Mr D Z ?
5 Mr E 18 ?
Then on the next tab/sheet named "Category", I have a table which lists the areas that belong to a region;
1 Region Area
2 1 A-J. 1-6
3 2 K-P, 7-15
4 3 Q-U,W,Z,16-20
I have tried formulas like IF(AND(B2=Category.B2),"1","ERROR") but it keeps returning me "ERROR" when it should return "1"
I have a employee travel spreadsheet with air travel dates in two columns. I want to be able to create a rule that will highlight all the cells in a row if the date range on that row fall includes today's date. if someone is traveling in the event there is an emergency and I need to know if they are traveling that particular day. I have attached a sample spreadsheet.
How is it possible to have Excel fill dates in cells, when i give the year and week number in other cells?
A1=YEAR (This will be Fillede out by user) A2=WEEK (This will be Fillede out by user) A3=Date for WEEKDAY1 MONDAY (This should be fillede out by excel) A4=Date for WEEKDAY2 TUESDAY (This should be fillede out by excel) A5=Date for WEEKDAY3 WEDENSDAY (This should be fillede out by excel) A6=Date for WEEKDAY4 THURSDAY (This should be fillede out by excel) A7=Date for WEEKDAY5 FRIDAY (This should be fillede out by excel)
I am half way through a Worksheet where I am using VBA to perform more than the measly 3 Conditional formats that excel offer. This is working fine but I am now looking into a way of reversing the formats if a mistake is made and the condition is removed.
To make this sound more straightforward it is a rota sheet. If I enter Holiday the cells interior turns pink, Half turns light blue, On Call turns green etc. If this is changed I need to change it back to the original formatting.
I have partly done this with a Case "" but the Rota changes colour with different teams so I need to have an IF statement in there that say if the Target Cell falls within this Range say A5:AF10 change to tan IF the target falls within A6:Af20 change to sky blue etc. Below is the code I have so far.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Excel.Range) Dim WatchRange As Range Dim CellVal As String On Error Resume Next CellVal = Target Set WatchRange = Range("A1:AF100") If Not Intersect(Target, WatchRange) Is Nothing Then
Select Case CellVal Case "Holiday" Target.FormatConditions.Delete Target.Interior.ColorIndex = 38 Target.Font.ColorIndex = 1......................
I am looking for a formula that will enable me to determine which one out of five thresholds a percentage falls within and the retuns a specific value for the corresponding threshold. Here is an example of the data (only showing three thresholds):
Where the values in A1 and B1 are the low and high ends of one range. I would like the formula to determine which range the value falls within and return the value in collumn C (C1 for the A1:B1 range).
I can do this using multiple 'if' statements, but am looking for a much more streamlined way to determine the proper value in column C.
I am currently using this formula =DATE(YEAR(A1),MONTH(A1)+6,DAY(A1)) to get me 6 months ahead from a certain date. There is a new problem that has arose for me. I need a formula that will give me 6 months from a certain date if it falls on a Monday if the 6 months does not fall on a Monday then give me the next Monday date. for example 6 months from 1/2/2007 is 7/2/2007 which falls on a Monday which is fine but, If the start date was 1/3/2007 this falls on a Tuesday so I would need the next Monday date 7/9/2007.
I have a cell pulling the date from another page and the dates comes across as "2/1/2013- 4/15/2013"in cell B2 and I have the code in sheet 1[code]=IF(OR(Safeway!A43=""),"",Safeway!A43)[code] pulling data from the sheet 2 already in the middle with a code for later use to hide a certain character. I have a condition code set so if the date is past current date, it will turn red but with the 2 dates in the same cell, I am unable to get it to turn red. How do I go about only having the 2nd date show up so the condition works while already having this one code in the cell? I attempted to add the early stages of this program for review.
I have a pivot table with a date variable in a row. I would like to filter these to only show dates equal to, or older than a date value in a cell, when opening the workbook. The max date value is based on the today() function minus 12 months.
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.
I am performing a lookup using the populare user defined function nlookup, which does not take a lookuparray argument to find lookup values. But I only want to return lookup values that fall into a certain array. To accomplish this, I figured out that I need a way to specify a condition of the type "if cell address of lookup value falls within range"
It should be possible if I find a way to return the cell address of the nlookup value, but as nlookup is not limited by a lookuparray argument, so I was not able to use the address/index/match that come up in similar questions.