I have a sheet in my workbook with at least 180 small tables, there may be more. I woulds like to be able to change total formulas for all tables at once to show either year-to- date or total year.
For example: If we have only progressed through the second period of the year, I would like to choose something to indicate period 2. At other time I may want to know the total year whether the periods are completed or not.
=> and for my ms excel has its columns (year,month,date) in this if i input the date that is base in the database range from StartDate TO its EndDate will automatically put the month and year which base also in my database (year,MonthNum)
A1 B1 C1 Year Month Date A2=2014 B2=January C2=01/01/2014
I am generating a report from an accounting software every month and what I get is an excel spreadsheet, and one of the columns is a Date. The problem is that the date is presented in the format 20091012 and excel does not recognize that as a data. What I need is a formula or VBA code to transfer 20091012 into YY-MM-DD format.
I have dates in my column “A”, for example (A1 cell =22-Mar-1971), (A2 cell=30-Dec-1965). Now my requirement is in B column date and month from A column and year should take current year. Output in B column (B1 cell =22-Mar-2009), (B2 cell=30-Dec-2009)
I have a sheet with a list of dates in it that I wish to format to show the day as well as date and time. I am trying to do this automatically with a macro, below is the before and the desired after.
Before Format - dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm Appearance - 29/03/2009 00:30
After Format - ddd dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm Appearance - Sun 29/03/2009 00:30
This works fine when I format the cells manually, but when I try to format them via macro '29/03/2009 00:30' becomes 'Sun 29/03/2009 12:30' which is obviously a totally different time! Has anyone got ay idea why it might be doing this?
I have a range of dates from 2003 to 2012. I formatted them to the 'Mar-01' option, but when I want to pivot on the month, Excel still reads them as the date - example 3/25/2008, 3/28/2008...and so my pivot table has multiple columns for all of the dates present in that month.
How do I truly format my dates so that excel reads them as the month only so that I can then pivot and show 12 columns (months) per year?
I have a very basic Excel Gradesheet that's designed to simply record letter grades, and show the grade average as the year progresses. I've hit a snag with problem in the formula which shows a grade of "F" - when the grade range can only be that shown on the table (A+ to E-). I've attached the Excel sheet so you can see what I mean.
I have a forecast monthly trial balance sheet and an Income Statement Analysis sheet. I am analyzing the Year to Date performance for Dec-2013. I need a formula that will match the income statement line i.e revenues, accounting expenses etc. and then sum horizontally from Jan-2013 to Dec 2013 ( if YTD month' Dec-2013' is greater than or equal to date range then sum horizontally the corresponding income statement lines up to the reporting month).
I have a document that I downloaded some data from the Internet "Kronos" and within this data there is a column for date. This column is formatted as Date (01/08/13), but it only displays the date as Sun 1/01. It's missing the year, which it should be 01/01/12. I have tried to use TEXT function to convert it to month name and day name using TEXT(N4, "mmm") and Text(N4,"ddd"), but I still getting Sun 1/01. I have also tried to use Text to columns to split this date but, it does not work. Is there any other way I can convert this date into m/d/yy?