I am looking for a single formula I can run along a single row that looks at several columns of data, and then checks if the date range falls between the running row, take it's relevant number, and multiply it by a single rate. The attached probably explains it clearly - I think the solution would be some sort of Sumproduct, but my attempts have failed!Example - Date Range with Calculation.xlsx
How to create a formula to determine the longer period of time between two date calculations and enter the longer period of time in the cell.
My Spreadsheet: Cell M2: Birthdate (entered in cell as 11/1/2004) Cell J2: Last date of service (entered in cell as 10/31/2011) Cell G2: Calculation to enter the longer period of time between (M2 (year) + 21) and (J2 (year) + 7)
Example using information from above: 2004 + 21 = 2025 2011 + 7 = 2018 2025 is the result I want added to G2
If there is any way to include the month/year in G2 that would be ideal.
and i have another place for compile where all the data is summarized
What i want is
If the agent name is example 1 and his mistake is present in raw data and it matches the agent id , date and financial then i want excel to calculate how many " financial " error agent made on that particular date only so that i can assign to another agents too , to get exact data no matter in whichever series that data is inserted in excel.
if i use countif and if all the condition are met it shows me all financial mistakes count and if it shows false it turns to zero . if agent make " financial mistake " on 1st nov and he made another non financial mistake then as it should show only the count of that particular agent " financial mistake " on that date only from the given RANGE DATA
I have a start date, generated onto cell B4 from a user form datepicker control. I also have a course type in cell C4 that course has a constant number of days. I would like to add the number of days of the course to the start date to give me an end date in another column.
How calculation can be made based on the date. I have 2 sheet (MATTER and REPORT). All productions made within sheet MATTER. Then I will produce report to be printed in sheet REPORT. I only include the date and calculation every matter will be automatically made based on date and item.
In cell B6 , I have an amount . and in Cell C6 I have inserted the date at which that amount has been kept . Now what i want is I want the Data from D6 To O6 to calculate as to how many Days that 100000.00 Rs or Dollar have been kept each month . Each month has its own Days like January has 31 Days . So i want each Days to appear accurately. Like for example if i insert the 4-8-2009 from January till August 4-8-2009 , how many days that amount has been kept each month .
B - Patient Surname C - First Surname D - Postcode E - Date F - Results of If Statement (Days Difference)
I am looking to comapre b, c, d with teh previous cells to make sure I am looking at the same person hcen the AND statement. If they all match then if subtracts the latest date (column E) from an ealier date for the same person. If the person is different it will return a 0. If the date is the same ti will return a 0.
I have done this so far - =IF(AND(B2=B1,C2=C1, D2=D1),(E2-E1),0)
What I am struggling to do is if the number of days (E2-E1) is 0-3 then for the result to show the text "Less then 3". If the value is 4 - 7 then to have it read "Less then 7", anything over 7 to read "OVer 7".
i have a date in a field which is under Anticipated Win Date.
The format of this date is '31-Jan-08
the data is then copied over to another sheet which is then cleaned up.
The date format is then put into the following format 19-Dec-07
What i am trying to do is firstly devise a formula which will allow me to minus say todays date from the date entered to see if this date has passed and will the formula work regardless of the format of the date.
I have a report which is usually updated on a Monday based on the previous Fridays closing reports.
In H3 I have the calculation =Today()-3
So this week this would have been 04/06/2007 - 3 days = 01/06/2007
Occasionally due to Bank Holidays etc the update moves to later in the week which messes up all of the tables which are reliant on the date 01/06/2007.
Is there a calculation which will work out the number of days between today and last friday that I could put after =Today() instead of -3, so that if the report was updated say ona Thursday it would automatically calculate Today()-6.
I have start date(Column A) and an end date(Column B) in two columns and I have found out the difference between them in column C in hh:mm:ss format. I want to find out how many cases are greater than 2 Hrs but less than or equal to 4 Hrs.
I am trying to subtract two dates to find out whether an invoice is 6 months past due (regardless of number of days). I use DATEDIF in my formula and it works fine until now. It seems the function takes number of days into account and won't return the desire result when there are 31 days. I want to find out whether the number of months between two date are greater than or equal to 6 months without considering the number of days. I am attaching a sample worksheet for better explanation. As you can see, October is not working right.
I am attaching an Excel file where I am trying to calculate lead time (even if a negative number of days) to a next activity based on projected dates based on a 'cycle start date'. I am trying to perform this with e complicated IIF statement which you can see from the attached file.
Note: this file is created from a vb.net application at runtime where this excel file is actually an xlt template. I attached it as an xls to make it easier to look at. EDIT: I have a flag in the Annual/Semi-Annual that blanks out cells that are not needed if Annual. It causes my LeadTime Col. to blow chunks and I can't seem to get past an error in the formula since adding this.
=If(F3>=NOW(),F3-NOW(),If(G3>=NOW(),G3-NOW(),If(H3>=NOW(),H3-NOW(),If(I3>=NOW(),I3-NOW(),If(J3>=NOW(),J3-NOW(),"CycleStart Null"))))). Replaced Zip file
I have a very large spreadsheet which holds a lot of data, and has a custom reports system built into it, (i.e. running on a load of macro's)... The reports gather their info from a range of hidden cells which run different formula's to provide such results as 1 or 0 so that it collates into another sheet...
however, I have found recently that when I need to update any of the formula's and whatnot, the formula does the calculation and then disappears... whereas I need the formula to be there constantly so that the report is providing the correct information!
I need an IF formula, that states if a date is more than a month after the date in the cell then it is timely and if it isn't then it is not timely. For example the date in A1 is 12/11/05, if the cell is A2 is 13/12/05 (or any date after that) then A3 should read Not Timely, if A2 is 12/12/05 (or any date before that, including a date before the date in A1) then A3 should read Timely. Is there any way to do this?? At the moment I am having to go through manually and put in either Timely or Not Timely.
A B C D Date ReceivedApproved DateDenied DateTurn Time 1/1/14 1/13/14 9
Turntime is calculated with this formula: =IF(A4<>"",IF(COUNT(B3,C3),NETWORKDAYS(A3,IF(B3<>"",B3,C3)),""),"")
What I need is to not count the first day it is received in the calculation for the Turn Time. So in this instance I need the Turn Time to say 8 instead of 9. If I just subtract a 1 then I get an error if the Approved Date or the Denied Date are not filled in yet.
This formula is being used in a vacation time spreadsheet. So after each paycheck the if statement is applied and need to calculate the accumulation for that week based on if the person has worked 5 yrs or less. I need to stop the today's date calculation in the if statement after it is used. So that each time the spreadsheet is opened the values are a fixed number not changed based on the current date. However if the if statement is pasted into the next pay week it will calculate based on the actual date.
It is calculating is the following:
C4 = 5yrs Anniversary Date of Hire 3.08= less than 5 yrs 4.62= more than 5 yrs
I have a worksheet that contains investment security purchases, including purchase date, purchase amount and maturity date, each in its own row. I need to develop a formula that will sum the purchase amount based upon the term in days (maturity date - purchase date) of the investment. The respective rows do not contain the term in days so the formula will need to calculate the days to determine the aggregating criteria described below.
One cell should contain the aggregate security purchase amount whose term is 1-90 days and another cell should contain the aggregate security purchase amount whose term is over 90 days. It seems that SUMPRODUCT with a condition is the best way to handle this; however, I cannot get the correct syntax of this formula.
Short Version: I need to find a way to have the date in a cell be used for both a calculation (one date subtracted from another) AND a conditional format (Cell changes color based on the month). Cell format is mm/dd/yy
Explanation: We enter information for each work order on a row in our Master Work Order List. For each new work order we start a new row at the bottom of the sheet.
We calculate each work order's throughput time by having a formula in column F that subtracts the Start Date in column D from the Complete Date in column E.
All date values are entered as mm/dd/yy and the cell format is mm/dd/yy.
At the end of the month, we put an AVERAGE formula into a cell in column H and, for the sources, use all cells in column F that represent work orders that were completed for THAT month. The problem is not all work orders complete in the order they started and some can start in one month but not complete until 2 months later, so we can't just click-drag a bunch of cells in a column. Sorting doesn't work because after we click and drag a bunch of cells and get the average, when we re-sort back to Sort by Work Order Number, the clicked-cells don't move, but the data does.
We end up just looking up and down column E looking for dates from this month and hope we got them all.
So I thought, "Hey, I know, I'll put conditional formats into column F so that if the date in column E starts with 01 (January), the cell in column F will turn Red, and if it's 02 (February), the cell will turn Orange and so on through the end of the year! That way we could just look for a given color each month and are MUCH less likely to get it wrong!
I added conditional formatting using the LEFT(E#,2) formula, hit [Enter] and... nothing.
I thought, "I"ll set the cell formats to TEXT so the LEFT formula 'sees' the month number!"
So I set the cell formats to TEXT and then the conditional format 'sees' the '01' for January and changes color!!
But now the Throughput Time formula (=E#-D#) doesn't work.
I think it's because Excel can DISPLAY a date as mm/dd/yy (due to Date Format), but it actually calculates date information based on a number that REPRESENTS the mm/dd/yy. I read that Excel 'sees' each date as a number representing time passing, not as "mm/dd/yy" and uses that number for calculations.
SO, is there a way to have a cell's date be 'calculatable' and still have it change color based on the month?
I have some data A2:A1000 where there is a start date in column D and end date in column E (formatted DDMMMYYYY). In column F I have a formula that calculates the NETWORKDAYS between the dates.
What I want is a set of formulae that will look in column D for a date between 01/01/2013 and 31/01/2013 (or any date I specify) and find the 'MIN', 'MAX' and 'AVG' of the values in column F where the date in column D matches my criteria.
What I can't figure out is how to offset from the cells matching the date range!?
What calculation would I enter in a results cell if I wanted to find the delta between 2 times in date format that repersent just the business hours of 8am-5pm, therefore excluding after hours and weekends.
Date 1 Date 2 Result Time 23/07/07 8:00 24/07/07 14:55 15:55
So far I can't get the caluclation that will compensate for the after hours and week ends.
how to make a cell to change color oatomatically accordant to Year and Month reflexted already in the cell. I have a spreadsheet with Names,Surnames,DOB and also a column that is given the AGE years months and days.
If somebody reaches 21 -1 -2 -3 months this should show different colors in the persons row in a particular column. The function used for the AGE is fund on ozgrid.com: =DATEDIF(H4,TODAY(),"y")&" years "&DATEDIF(H4,TODAY(),"ym")&" months "&DATEDIF(H4,TODAY(),"md")&" days"