If I make a sale between the 1st of each month through the 1th of each month I will be paid on the 31st of that month. If I make a sale on the 16th of each month through to the last day of each month I will be paid on the 15th of the next month. I need this formula to work for every month.
cell e has date of sale cell h has the returned value of the formula above
I'm after a formula(s) which will give the start date and end date of a month using the month name. For instance, if cell A1 contained OCTOBER 07 the formula result for the start of the month would be 01/10/07 and the formula for the end of the month would be 31/10/07. I have plyed around with the EOMONTH function but this only workd when an actual date is entered.
Is there any way to defined our own fiscal month. I have a fiscal year where the start & end date is different from the normal calendar. I have store the start & end date on the different column. What i need is that when people enter a date, it will look up to the table and return the fiscal month.It's something like If the value is >=column A and <=column B, then the fiscal month=column C(refer to the below table). But i have no idea how to make comparison on date value. what kind of formula i should use? And also how to write the code if i want to use macro to implement this?
Start End Month 09/21/08 10/18/08 Oct 10/19/08 11/22/08 Nov 11/23/08 12/27/08 Dec 12/28/08 01/24/09 Jan 01/25/09 02/21/09 Feb 02/22/09 03/28/09 Mar 03/29/09 04/25/09 Apr 04/26/09 05/23/09 May 05/24/09 06/27/09 Jun 06/28/09 07/25/09 Jul 07/26/09 08/22/09 Aug 08/23/09 09/26/09 Sep
I would like to get the return value for an evaluate statement which is a variant data type, convert it to an integer and do some computation. I have 4 test programs, the first 3 all work, the 4ths does not.
The first sd_test(returns 1) and st_test1(returns 1) demonstrate that my evaluate statement is correct and works,
sd_test2(returns 3) shows that I can convert a variant to an integer
in sd_test3(returns #VALUE!) I try to put both together and it doesn't work?
Need to create year to date sales comparing 4 years month by month. Stacked chart (Excel 2010) works OK for the first three months but adding the fourth month changes the chart to 4 series with a monthly axis. To put it another way I need a vertical axis of years and a horizontal axis of $$$ with each months sales of each year stacked on its year.
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 need a formula to look at a date manaully entered into a cell (C6 to be precise!), then return the 1st of that month. I.e if i type 18/01/07 into C6, i need C7 to automatically show the 1st of Jan 07 or 01/01/07. As this field will always be the 1st of the month.
I have two columns of dates, leave start and end dates (when people start leave i.e. annual leave). Would need to introduce column(s) to calculate how many days fell within the month including the end date and excludes weekends.
For example, if the staff on leave from 31st March to 6 April, i need to show that the number of leave taken as 1 day in March and 4 days in April.
I have a input box that prompts a user to enter a date of a new month - it has to be the 1st of a new month. I have validation that it is a date that has been entered but then i want to validate the date entered is a month ahead of a date in a cell range on a sheet.
It is a monthly reset so it has to roll on from the previous month.
Here is what i have currently but it isn't working.
' Get user to input the first day of the new month to populate all dates with dNewMonth = InputBox(Prompt:="Enter first Day of the new Month. Must be the 1st of the Month e.g. 01/10/2012", _ Title:="Enter Date") ' Validates the entered date is a valid date If (IsDate(dNewMonth) = False) Then
I have a table that looks like this (its basically a historical data of a stock exchange):
Date Index January 4, 2010
The List continues till the current Date.
I want to calculate Average Index Values of a Date of each month within a Date Range. Example: Calculate Average Index Values for 3rd of Each month from 1st Feb 2010 to 3rd Jan 2011. Formula should calculate Average of the Index Values for 3rd Feb 2010, 3rd March 2010, 3rd April 2010, 3rd May 2010, 3rd June 2010, 3rd July 2010, 3rd Aug 2010, 3rd Sept 2010, 3rd Oct 2010, 3rd Nov 2010, 3rd Dec 2010, 3rd Jan 2011.
Both the Date and the Date Range is variable. Also, the Index Value for selected Date of one or more month may not be available as that being a holiday. In that case, the formula needs to use the last available Index Value before that Date. e.g. If Index Value for 3rd Oct 2010 is not available, system will use the Index Value of 2nd Oct 2010.
I have a list of clients that have specific requests waiting to be actioned, with a number of columns relating to client details and the status of the request across the top of the sheet. One of the columns (D) is "Last Contact Date", where I enter in the date that I last followed up with the client or made contact regarding their request. In the next column (E), I want the weekday/workday date 1 month after the Last Contact Date.
I can use "=D2+DAY(30)" to give me the date 30 days later, or "=DATE(YEAR(D2),MONTH(D2)+1,DAY(D2))" to get one month later, however what I want is the nearest WORKDAY after this date.
So, if the date is on a weekend, I need the Monday date instead.
I have a spreadsheet which I use to track when a work request is recieved, when we confirm the request and when we action the request. I have been trying to write some code to count the amount of requests, receipts and actions we have processed in the last month.
My first column shows who the request is from The second shows date recieved The third shows date we send receipt The fourth shows the date actioned.