Subtract Days Between Due Date And Today Date If Condition 1 And Condition 2 Are True?
Feb 2, 2014
I need cell (O4) to display days overdue or days remaining on an assigned task based on subtracting due date (M4) from todays date, but only perform days subtraction function if (M4) is not blank and only if task complete cell (N4) is less than 100.
Have the conditional blank cell figured out, but nesting another condition for the less than 100 complete cell. So in other words, I don't want cell (O4) to subtract days and display any error, irrelevant data if there is not any due date entered or the task is entered as complete...
I would like to try and achive a conditional format that will require a lookup function. when the condition is met it places Yes or No into a cell and changes that row colour to red for the NO condition. and after 10 days from now the rowcolour is removed.
I am trying to get the results of the number of days between today and a future date. I am using ="cell containing futuredate"-today() and it gets me the correct number of days. The problem comes in when I have yet to populate the future dates. I am getting -39991 (numeric value between today and jan 01 01) and because I am also using conditional formatting this is even more of a problem. Is there a way get excel to display nothing if it is a negative number? or to give a specified resut if the number becomes negative such as Expired or something of that nature?
Using one spreadsheet with three date columns and two columns counting days.
If there is a value in Resolution date, then Column N is blank If there is no value in Submit date and Resolution date, then Column N is blank If there is no value in Resolution date, and there is a value in Submit date, subtract Submit date from todays date to show how many days it has been pending approval
Created on = J4 Submitted on = K4 Resolution Date = L4 Days to Approve = M4 I've got that formula =IF(L4="","",L4-K4) Days Pending Approval= N4 (cell with formula)
If Resoultion Date L4 has a value, return blank If Submit on K4 and Resoultion date L4 are blank, return blank If Resolution date L4 is blank, and Submit on K4 has a value, subtract Todays date from Submit on K4 to show Days Pending Approval
Cell J4______Cell K4______Cell L4__________Cell M4__________Cell N4 Created on___Submit On___Resolution Date___Days to Approve___Days Pending Approval 4/5/13_______blank______Blank____________Blank___________Blank 4/5/13_______4/5/13_____4/7/13___________2_______________Blank 4/5/13_______4/5/13_____Blank____________Blank___________()Today-K4
I'm looking to return the values in column A adjacent to the cells in Column B equal to "Y". The kicker has been returning only the cells where the condition is true. Column C displays the desired behavior.
The closest I've been able to get is with a simple IF statement but I'm pretty sure the answer is a far cry away from there and likely requires an array formula. I'd prefer not to use VLOOKUP or OFFSET but will if the alternative is very complex.
I have a cells with a date and time in each cell. I want to subtract the number of days between the cells only. Is there a way to do that with the time in the cell? If not, how do I remove the time in each cell?
Assuming that a workday is from 8:30am to 5:00pm. (also need to not calcualte Saturday and Sunday but this example doesn't show it).
Wednesday, 7/18/07 at 4:00pm (minus) Friday, 7/20/07 at 9:00am (should equal) 10 hours or 1 day, 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Basically what I want to do it determine how much work time has elapsed from the time a message was left on voicemail to the time that someone picks that message up. We only want to assume that a message can be retrieved duruing business hours but a message can be left at anytime!
I'm trying to create a new column which calculates the number of days from the today's date to the due date of an invoice. Also a Column that an invoice is/was overdue.
Column A - Clerk inputs date that invoice was received Column B - Clerk inputs the date that the bill was paid Column C - Auto populates the due date of the invoice (20 days after the invoice is received) Column D - I want a number of days to auto populate based on today's date that will show how many days we have to pay the bill. Example: today is 2/19/2014, bill is due 2/22/2014 (Column C), column D should read 3 (I would prefer is the number is black for "we have days left to pay", red for "we're behind") *Extra bonus for Column D, if the column goes blank after a date is entered into Column B* - but not necessary
Column E - I would like if the date the bill was paid (Column B) is greater than the date the invoice is due (Column C) to show "Overdue" in the cell.
I need a function to work out what the date will be 45 WORKING days after today(), this function needs to exclude Saturdays, Sundays and any Public Holidays i.e. there could be either 10 or 12 weekend days added into the calculation depending on when today() is plus any additional Public Holidays.
I am using Excel 2003 although it will need to work in Excel 2010 shortly.
I have spent too many hours Googling and trial with mostly error in attempting this. I formatted the very first cell A1 for today's date =TODAY(); this is also dirrectly above the column with all the dates in it. I just want an entire row's contents to turn red if it is 15 days old or older. This =$A1<TODAY()-15 somewhat works, but it only turns the date cell red, not the whole row. It also makes blank cells turns red, which I would like to remain blank (another formula is needed I imagine).
I have two columns with two sets of dates which are nothing but durations of leaves.
Col 1 has start dates and
Col 2 has end dates
Start Date End Date 25 Jul 2012 5 Aug 2012 2 Aug 2012 8 Aug 2012
If I want to calculate difference between the two dates such that if a leave starts in July and Ends in Aug, then I want the result to be only the count of leave days in August. How can this be achieved?
I have this problem on putting the right formula. Column A entry are dates corresponding to replacement of parts x at column B with running hours of parts x at column c respectively. the table will look more like this:
A B C D 1 jan 2, 2008 brake front 200 ? 2 jan 20 , 2008 clutch 150 3 jan 30, 2008 wheel front left 300 4 feb 2, 2008 brake front 50 5 feb 5, 2008 brake left 85 6 feb 15, 2008 clutch 300
the formula will first look at column B and look for the entry "brake front" and every time it matches the entry it then looks up the date and then displays the corresponding latest running hour value on column C at cell D1. D1 formula will be having a result of 50 as it is the latest running hour value compared to 200.
Column 1: Date Call is received by helpdesk Column 2: Time Call is received by helpdesk Column 3: Drop-down list indicating Priority of call (High,Medium,Low)
In Column 4 I want to enter a formula that adds working hours only to the date and time entered in Columns 1 & 2. The time added will vary depending on what is entered in Column 3 (e.g.: if priority is High add 1 hour, Medium add 2 hours, Low add 3 hours). The working hours i need to adhere to are 09:00-17:00, Monday-Friday.
I have a spreadsheet with about 225 sheets or so containing data. The date is in column J. I am needing to delete all the Rows that have a date greater than or equal to 06/06/08 and loop through all of the sheets.
I recorded a macro to find the date 6/6/2008, then highlight the row, then select the next 450 rows and delete them and it worked ok, but I don't know how to get it to loop through the sheets to the end.
I have data going in to a small table which has some empty rows as that data is not yet available... My problem is, I need to sort this table in date order but with the date nearest to today's date at the top...
The sort function puts oldest at the top or oldest at the bottom which is no good for what I need...