I have a spreadsheet where we track our contractor's Worker's Comp and General Liability insurance certificate expiration dates. I want the expiration date to highlight in red if it is expired and to highlight in orange if it will expire within 30 days or less.
I have attached a testing sheet similar to what I'm working on. The F column has the dates that need to highlight. I have MS Excel 2010.
I manage a number if individuals in the Army and as such, track their annual training requirements. Some requirements are semi-annual, annual, quadrennial, etc...
I have a spreadsheet to track the dates that the requirement was last completed (attached). I would like to use conditional formatting to turn dates that are within 30 days of being due (or blank) RED and dates that are between 31 days and 60 days of being due YELLOW.
I am trying to use conditional formatting to calculate when the date in the top column gets within 60 days from expiring to turn yellow, 30 days from expiring to turn orange and when it expires to turn red. The dates that are listed from row 5 down are when the classes were taken. the expiration date will be based on row 3. Some are annual,3 years and 5 years, etc. I am using Excel 2010....
I have a vba code for an excel spreadsheet that lets me know when a particular persons' certification is about to expire (within 31 days). However what I cannot figure out is how to make this work with more than one expiration date ( additional columns containing other certification dates). I keep getting errors when trying to add additional columns to check ( I do admit that my VBA coding is atrocious at best).
Ultimately what I would like to achieve is a list of names with expiration dates alongside popping up when opening, but maybe I am asking too much?
I am new at excel and have very limited experience. I have a employee training database, with employees (in column A2:A54) and the certification names (in row A1:AS1) that I must generate a monthly report on employees that are expiring within the current month. The cells are already conditionally formatted to change colors for one month prior to expiration date, current month of expiration date, and past the expiration date.
I am manually gathering the data then adding it to another sheet. In the mist of trying to gather data, I am missing and/or overlooking information. I wanted to know if there is a way to automatically generate a report based on the expiration dates that would pull the employees name and which certification is expiring or expired, preferable both. I have tried reading threads and applying advanced filters but due to the number of certifications it is not functional to do it this way.
I have attached a sample of the spreadsheet : ETD.xlsx
I am trying to do conditional formatting to make a cell say something for 3 different scenarios. If K6 > G6, then I need M6 to say "Early." If K6 < G6, then I need M6 to say "Late." If K6 = G6, then I need M6 to say "On Time."
In Column Q, Please drive a formula that shows.... after 7 days of column (M)reminder III these words must appear '' File Pending'' in 'COLUMN Q' and at the same, Indicator column (O) will also become RED.
The scenario. Column A has a set (due) date all of the same. Column B is where review dates are typed in. Column C is where the status is, Due = still as yet to be done, but still yet to pass the Due date with no date in Column B (formatted yellow with the text "Due"). Complete = for when a date has been entered in Column B (formatted green with the text "Complete"). Urgent = the review date has passed and with no date in Column B (formatted red with the text "Urgent"). I have tried by editing previous similar formulas but to no avail
In A1 Downwards i have a list of dates for an entire year I have highlighted these cells and wish to conditional format them. I want every 3rd date from a specific date say in cell b1 to be highlighted up and down within the selected area. For example
Im trying to get conditional formatting to look at a completion date in cell A5 and getting cell D5 to change colour depending on the length of time to cell A5. What I would like is for D5 to change to red if there is 4 months or less to the completion date in A5. D5 to change to orange if there is still 4 - 8 months from the completion date A5. D5 to change to green if there is still 8 - 12 months from the completion date A5. Hopefully the formula will also work if cell D6 is looking at completion date in A6 with the same traffic light system and so on.
The dates are in different format with dots in between as shown above Also with respect to date which has already expired, no formatting needed but i need a formula in the next column stating "Expired"
If valid to date is within 90 days from today- RED If valid to date is within 365 days from today- YELLOW
I have a sheet where K5:K26 contains names of months. I would like to conditionally format that column so that any month that is less than TODAY appears red. So, if that column has a cell value of February, the cell would appear red since we are already in March. I would guess this involves a formula using TODAY, but I can't figure it out myself.
I know how to apply conditional formatting; I just lack the proper formula.
I have a large spreadsheet with dates. I want blank cells to be conditionally formatted to turn red and cells with dates older than 1 year to turn yellow. I have cell C1 set up as the current date (Today()) and the others reference the other cells with dates.
I am trying to use conditional formatting and its not working for me.
If I put the date 1 Jan 2014 in the cell of E2 I need a conditional format that will turn the cell yellow when it is two month from being a year old, so on 1 Nov 2014 it should turn yellow. Then I need it to turn orange when it is one month away from being a year old, so Dec 1 2014 it turns orange. And then when it is over a year old it turns red, So 1 Jan 2015 the cell turns red.
The formatting I have now turns them yellow, orange, and red but at the wrong times, not sure how to fix that.
We need to track the batteries if it is expired or not.Expiration is 3 months. once you received the battery, you need to put the date in the sheet (A1) and then the expiration will be automatically calculated in B1. another also, in B1, will change its color according to how may days left before the expiration date.
black color if the expiration is < 15 days red color if the expiration is 45 days white color if B1 is blank
I want to be able to format a whole row with a particluar text colour when a date is entered into column A. I have managed this no problems using conditional formatting. The problem I am having is that I need to change that row's colour again if both colomn A's date is complete and a date is also entered into colomn B.
I have tried conditional formatting without success but I have the niggling feeling that I have read this it is not possible to use this method.
I'm having trouble putting the correct conditional formatting on a column of dates. Basically, in column 'A' I have a list of appointment dates. Column 'B' contains breach dates for a 10week target. And Column 'C' contains breach dates for an 18 week target. Looking something like this:......
I need to format column 'A' so that the cells will turn Amber if the appointment was after the 10 wk breach date and turn Red if it was after the 18 wk breach date.
I'm desperately trying to work out conditional formatting for different dates.
I have =TODAY() in F3
In the remainder of column F (from F19 to F625) I have either blank cells or varying dates (dating back to 2011 and dates going forward into 2014).
I need to Red/Amber/Green the following:
Green = any dates which are 45 days or more in the future from today's date Amber = any dates which are between +1 and +45 days in the future from today's date Red = any dates which are today's date or a date in the past
I can get one or two of the criteria working i.e. Green and Red, but not the Amber. Is one overriding or ignoring another?
I have a training sheet where the training could expire in either 1 2 or 3 years, i am trying to get the conditional formatting for each to change color when the training is due to expire in 6 months 3 months and 1 month also to show red when expired
I am currently setting up a project timeline, and at each stage i need the cell to change color depending on input. so for instance stage one happen -50 days. i work the date out need for completing and then the actual date is then put in the cell below which i want to go either
Green because it was done early or on time Amber if it has been done but was late Red if has not been done and the current date is now past the date of completion Stay Blank if it is Blank and their is still time to do it
for the green i am using a A2 <=A1 Amber i am using A2 > A1 for the red i'm using =And(A2<Today(),A1="")
the red one conditioning does not seem to be working and if their is nothing in the cell an its within the time its going green !
I have a spreadsheet I'm trying to make which will have various cells change color based upon the date entered compared to today's date. Here are the details of it, and what I've tried to do so far:
Various safety tickets that employees acquire have a 3 year expiry date on them. What I want to do is be able to enter in the issue date, and then have the conditional formatting color the cell that contains the date based on the following criteria:
Green = More than 6 months remaining Yellow = Between 6 months and 30 days remaining Red = 30 days until expiry
Black = Expired (I wanted to eventually add this one, but Excel 2003 was only allowing me to add 3 conditional formatting conditions, so I just went with the 3 colors. I'm getting Excel 2007 later today, so I might be able to add more with that)
Now here is what I have so far:
3 years = 1095 days, 2.5 years = 913 days, 2 years and 11 months = 1065 days
I look everywhere to find a formula for a conditional formatting to make dues dates.
I would like to know if it's possible to do conditional formatting to make due dates turn green and yellow 90 and 180 days before their dues dates? The reason I am asking this question, it's because the column that where dates are, they are coming from a VLOOKUP formula and it's coming from another workbook.
In my workbook I have several column with dates, these are benchmarks that I need to follow and have my patient's follow. They concern the dates of treatments and of lab work. My last column is Contact Needed and does not contain any formulas or code. Is there a way to change the color of the row to adjust for how close we are to the treatment date or the lab draw date.
I was thinking if I were +/- 7 days from each blood draw the row would be yellow, so I could contact the patient and remind them to get the labs done. If it was over 7 days past scheduled blood draw, the row would be light red, as the urgency to get labs and continue treatment has increased as they are past due. In like manner, if treatment are within 14 days, the row would be yellow so i could call them and set the appointment. If past the treatment date, the row goes red and I have 14 days to get them in or we have to start treatment s all over again.
I am creating a register and have got a worksheet with everyone name and dates across the top, the dates are automatically created by entering one date, the dates are weekly. But i want to show when we are on holiday, could i do this by using conditional formatting and if yes, how and if no how else can i do this.
I'm trying to keep track of training dates for employees.
I have my spreadsheet conditionally formatted to highlight dates according to months, based on if the training date is due: next month, this month, last month, or 2 months ago; all different colors.
I used "Format only cells that contain" and then used "Dates occurring." The spreadsheet worked perfectly until this month; evidently it doesn't recognize Jan of 2010 being "Next Month," so those cells aren't highlighted. Current formatting is custom, mmm-yy. I tried different date formats but it didn't change anything.
I am trying to create three different conditional formats for my date tracker. I have attached an example of what I am trying to accomplish and tried to write out what the rule's are, just struggling on how to write the formulas.
Condition 1 - If the cell in column C's date is past due, change the cell red only if there isnt a date in the "Actual" column B
Condition 2 - If the cell in column C's date is coming up in the next 30s change the cell to yellow only if there isnt a date in the "Actual" column B.
Condition 3 - If there is a date in column A and Column B turn column C's cell green.
I am using this formula "=+IF(B3="",A3,B3)" to populate Column C.