When it comes to calculating dates in Excel, DATE is the most essential function to understand. As you probably know, Excel does not keep the year, month and day for a date, nor does it explicitly store weekday information in a cell. Instead, Microsoft Excel stores dates as serial numbers and this is the main source of confusion.

Not all Excel date functions can recognize dates entered as text values, therefore it's not recommended to supply dates directly in calculations. Instead, you should use the DATE function to get a serial number representing the date, the number that Excel understands and can operate on.

## Excel DATE function

The Excel DATE function returns the serial number that represents a certain date. It has the following arguments:

Where:

**Year** - represents the year of the date.

**Month** - an integer representing the month of the year, from 1 (January) to 12 (December).

**Day** - an integer corresponding to the day of the month, from 1 to 31.

The DATE function is available in all versions of Excel 365 - Excel 2007.

### DATE function - tips and notes

The DATE syntax looks crystal clear and straightforward on the surface. In practice, there may be some unobvious pitfalls that the below tips will help you avoid.

#### Year

Excel interprets the *year* argument according to the date system set up on your computer. By default, Microsoft Excel for Windows uses the 1900 system where January 1, 1900 is represented by the serial number 1. For more details, please see Excel date format.

- If the
*year*argument is between 1900 and 9999 inclusive, Excel uses exactly the value you supplied to create a date. For example, DATE(2015, 12, 31) returns December 31, 2015. - If the
*year*argument is between 0 and 1899 inclusive, Excel adds the specified number to 1900. For example, DATE(100, 12, 31) returns December 31, 2000 (1900 + 100). - If the
*year*argument is less than 0 or greater than 9999, a DATE formula will return the #NUM! error.

Tip. To avoid confusion, always supply four-digit years. For example, if you input "01" or "1" in the year argument, your DATE formula will return the year of 1901.

#### Month

- If the
*month*argument is greater than 12, Excel adds that number to the first month in the specified year. For example, DATE(2015, 15, 5) returns the serial number representing March 1, 2016 (January 5, 2015 plus 15 months). - If the
*month*argument is less than 1 (zero or negative value), Excel subtracts the magnitude of that number of months, plus 1, from the first month in the specified year. For example, DATE(2015, -5, 1) returns the serial number representing July 1, 2014 (January 1, 2015 minus 6 months).

#### Day

As well as month, the *day* argument can be supplied as a positive and negative number, and Excel calculates its value based on the same principles as described above.

Tip. At first sight, supplying negative values in the month or day argument of the Excel DATE function may seem absurd, but in practice it may turn out quite useful, for example in the complex formula that converts a week number to a date.

## Excel DATE formula examples

Below you will find a few examples of using DATE formulas in Excel beginning with the simplest ones.

### Example 1. DATE formula to return a serial number for a date

This is the most obvious use of the DATE function in Excel.

For example, to return a serial number corresponding to 20-May-2015, use this formula:

`=DATE(2015, 5, 20)`

Instead of specifying the values representing the year, month and day directly in a formula, you can have some or all arguments driven by of other Excel date functions. For instance, combine the YEAR and TODAY to get a serial number for the first day of the current year.

`=DATE(YEAR(TODAY()), 1, 1)`

And this formula outputs a serial number for the first day of the current month in the current year:

`=DATE(YEAR(TODAY()), MONTH(TODAY(), 1)`

Tip. To display a date rather than a serial number, apply the desired Date format to the formula cell.

### Example 2. How to return a date based on values in other cells

The DATE function is very helpful for calculating dates where the year, month, and day values are stored in other cells.

For example, to find the serial number for the date, taking the values in cells A2, A3 and A4 as the year, month and day arguments, respectively, the formula is:

`=DATE(A2, A3, A4)`

### Example 3. DATE formula to convert a string or number to a date

Another scenario when the Excel DATE function proves useful is when the dates are stored in the format that Microsoft Excel does not recognize, for instance DDMMYYYY. In this case, you can use DATE in liaison with other functions to convert a date stored as a numeric string or number into a date:

`=DATE(RIGHT(A2,4), MID(A2,3,2), LEFT(A2,2))`

### Example 4. Adding and subtracting dates in Excel

As already mentioned, Microsoft Excel stores dates as serial numbers and operates on those numbers in formulas and calculations. That is why when you want to add or subtract some days to/from a given date, you need to convert that date to a serial number first by using the Excel DATE function. For example:

**Adding days**to a date:`=DATE(2015, 5, 20) + 15`

The formula adds 15 days to May 20, 2015 and returns June 4, 2015.**Subtracting days**from a date:`=DATE(2015, 5, 20) - 15`

The result of the above formula is May 5, 2015, which is May 20, 2015 minus 15 days.- To subtract a date from today's date:
`=TODAY()-DATE(2015,5,20)`

The formula calculates how many days are between the current date and some other date that you specify.

If you are adding or subtracting two dates that are stored in some cells, then the formula is as simple as =A1+B1 or A1-B1, respectively.

For more information, please see:

### Advanced Excel DATE formulas

And here are a few more examples where Excel DATE is used in combination with other functions in more complex formulas:

## Using Excel DATE formulas in conditional formatting

In case you want not only to calculate but also highlight dates in your Excel worksheets, then create conditional formatting rules based on DATE formulas.

Supposing you have a list of dates in column A and you want to shade dates that occurred earlier than 1-May-2015 in orange and those that occur after 31-May-2015 in green.

The DATE formulas you want are as follows:

Orange: `=$A2<DATE(2015, 5, 1)`

- highlights dates less than 1-May-2015

Green: `=$A2>DATE(2015, 5, 31)`

- highlights dates greater than 31-May-2015

For the detailed steps and more formula examples, please see How to conditionally format dates in Excel.

## How to make date formulas in Excel with Date & Time Wizard

Though DATE is the main function to work with dates in Excel, a handful of other functions are available to tackle more specific tasks. You can find the links to in-depth tutorials at the end of this article.

Meanwhile, I'd like to present you our Date & Time Wizard - a quick and easy way to calculate dates in Excel. The beauty of this tool is that outputs the results as **formulas**, not values. Thus you have a kind of 'two birds, one stone' opportunity - get the result faster and learn Excel date functions along the way :)

The wizard can perform the following calculations:

**Add**years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds to the specified date.**Subtract**years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds from the specified date.- Calculate the
**difference**between two dates. - Get
**age**from the birthdate.

For example, here's how you can add 4 different units in cells B3:E3 to the date in A4. The formula in B4 is built in real-time as you change the conditions:

If you are curious to explore other capabilities of the wizard, feel free to download an evaluation version of the Ultimate Suite below which includes this as well as 60 more time saving add-ins for Excel.

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## 676 comments

Hii Concern,

I just wanted a formula for example,

ending date of one card is like 25/08/2018 and one more card for the same person expiry date is like 26/09/2018 and the output i need is like

by adding +60 days for first card and by adding +30 days for second card i need output is which ever less date will comes that date i need as output,

can someone pls suggest.

Hi,

I would like to know the formula to get the below requirement

If i type 2018 it should provide the date in this format 1 Jan 2018 to 31 Dec 2018

if i type 2017 the result should be 1 Jan 2017 to 31 Dec 2017

Want to formula

0-30 days 2%

30-60 days 1 % and

60-90 days 0 %

I was wondering if you could help me with a calculation. I need to be able to calculate 14 hours out of every 24 hour period from dates and times entered in 2 cells. For example cell A1 would have 4/10 13:00, cell B1 would have 4/12 18:00. I know how to do the total hours calculation, but we only pay for 14 hours out of every 24 hours with a 2 hour and 6 hour grace period. I need a formula to do this. The total hours would be 53. So I would need cell D1 to = 31 and cell E to = 28 For D1 we would need the calculation to show 4/10 15:00 - 4/11 15:00 = 14 hours paid, 4/11 15:00 - 4/12 15:00 = 14 hours paid, 4/12 15:00 - 4/12 18:00 = 3 hours paid...for a total of 31. For E1 it would be 4/10 19:00 - 4/11 19:00 = 14 hours paid, 4/11 19:00 - 4/12 18:00 = 14 hours paid...for a total of 28. Can this be done or is it possible to create a macro that would do this?

I am working on a spreadsheet that I am using the following formula. =COUNTIFS(REWORK!C:C,"BOM Error",REWORK!A:A,"=12/17/17") How can I incorporate the date function into the formula to avoid having to try to change for each line?

=COUNTIFS(REWORK!C:C,"BOM Error",REWORK!A:A,"=12/17/17")

DEAR,

IF I HAVE 03 CYLINDERS CY 01, CY 02 & CY 03 IN STORE. I WANT TO TRACK WETHER THE SAID CYLINDER IS FOR HYDRO TEST OR IN O.K. CONDITION. THE CYLINDER SHOULD BE HYDROTESTED AFTER 06 YEARS FROM THE DAY OF MANUFACTURING OR HPT TEST.

E.G.

CY 01 (01.01.2016) THE RESULT SHOULD COME O.K.

CY 02 (06.01.2005) = FOR HPT (BECOZ THE CYLINDER HAS PASSED 06 YEARS FROM THE DATE OF MANUFACTURING & SHOULD BE HYDRO TESTED)

CY 03 (05.07.2009) FOR HPT

THANKS IN ADVANCE

Shams:

Here is how I set this up:

CYNum Date Tested Current Date Result

CY 01 1/1/2016 5/4/2018 OK

CY 02 6/1/2005 5/4/2018 HPT

CY 03 5/7/2009 5/4/2018 HPT

CYNum is in A

Date Tested is in B

Current Date is in C

Result is in D

Notice each variable is in a separate column and cell.

Notice date is in M/D/Y format.

Current Date in each D cell is function =TODAY()

In Result cell D2 for 1/1/2016 the formula is:

=IF(DATEDIF(B2,C2,"Y")>=6,"HPT","OK")

How to convert (hex) to (day,month,year).

D11-M12-Y16 - time 23 :22 : 48 - hex 62 69 E7 C8

D12-M12-Y16 - time 04 :35 : 16 - hex 62 6A C0 84

D12-M12-Y16 - time 05 :26 : 40 - hex 62 6A CC 90

D13-M12-Y16 - time 11 :46 : 22 - hex 62 6E B5 0E

D13-M12-Y16 - time 11 :48 : 33 - hex 62 6E B5 91

Dears,

I have a difficult question.

I have a duplicated codes with different receipts dates.

How can I get the latest date for each code

Shady:

The simplest method would be to sort the data by date.

Can you try that?

How to convert (hex) to (day,month,year)-D11-M12-Y16, 08:43:25.

Hex (0X62 0X68 0X8A 0X2D).

Here is the data format.

T4 - encoding 1:

1. word 3*(365*(Year-1986) + DayNumberInYear) + Hour/8

2. word 3600*(Hour modulus 8) + 60*Min + Sec

DayNumberInYear assigns 1 to January the first and increments

the number by one each day, treating leap-years correctly.

Unfortunately, this encoding assigns the same 1. word to December 31. in a

leap-year and January 1. in the next year.

T4 - encoding 2:

1. word 3*(366*(Year-1994) + DayNumberInLeapYear) + Hour/8

2. word 3600*(Hour modulus 8) + 60*Min + Sec + 32768

DayNumberInLeapYear assigns 0 to January the first and

increments the number by one each day, assuming all years to be

leap-years.

Here's an old Lotus 1-2-3 method that works great in Excel and will accomplish what you're looking to do:

=DATEDIF(D2,E2,"y") &" years,"&DATEDIF(D2,E2,"ym") &" months," &DATEDIF(D2,E2,"md") &" days"

Enter this formula into F2 and it will show the number of years, months and days between the start date and the end date. It looks like this: "3 years,8 months,28 days".

If you need to sum the years, months and days you may need to enter them into separate columns. If so, just enter the DATEDIF(start,end,"Y") pieces in separate columns minus the "&"Years", etc. part. You'll have only the numbers that you can then sum.

I am trying to caculate the years a person has worked for company to a particuler date. Example is April 3, 2014 to December 31, 2017. D2 is the hire column and E2 is the ending date. I am needing to calculate the yrs, months, days worked in to column F2. I will also need to tally up the whole column of F2 for a grand total of the employees.

I have a table with hundreds of invoices. some are paid in 30 45 or 60 days.

I am trying to calculate the expected date that the invoice will be paid.

amount is in b3 payment days is in c3 and I have next 75 days in columns f3 through the next ten columns.

How do I write the formula to have the amount drop into the correct week?

thanks in advance.

Thank you in advance for your help!

I am trying to do a summary sheet using cell values from sheet 2. We are calculating number of dogs or cats (2 different columns on the summary sheet so cats will be a separate formula - but they are all mixed together on sheet 2). But I want totals for the month so made that another condition. So 2 IF conditions - column F should equal dog and column A should be between two dates inclusive. I think I have the formula close here but it doesn't like the formatting of my dates. I have tried a few different ways - DATEVALUE, d/m/y, no spaces, quotations. Can you help? Thank you so much!!!

=COUNTIFS(AND(Sheet2!F2:F1000=Dog, Sheet2!A2:A1000>=DATE(2018, 1, 1),Sheet2!A2:A1000<=DATE(2018, 1, 31)))

Kindly reply with a solution to:

(1) I creat a workbook for each month (30 worksheets) and have to enter date manually one by one at left hand corner to each worksheet e.g. 01-Nov-2018; then next work sheet will be 02-Nov-2018. Is there a way I can enter the formula in the first worksheet and it will give me date in sequence on the rest of the month worksheets?

(2) The Tabs (name) for each day worksheet also need to be changed manually e.g. 01 Nov AM, 01 Nov PM, 02 Nov AM, 02 Nov PM ...

Thank you

I'm trying to calculate dates in excel. Could someone help me with the solution for this?

I want the single formula to be calculate automatically. Do we have any formula for this?

Example: Today’s Date is 25 mar 2018

Sl. Order Date Sent date Overdue Days

1 22 Mar 2018 25 Mar 2018 3

2 22 Mar 2018 Not Yet Sent 3

3 20 Mar 2018 25 Mar 2018 5

4 10 Mar 2018 Not Yet Sent 15

Thank you in advance

plz help

when in cell a1 have only year and b1 have complete date, how can we use subtract formula for it.

for example

a1 b1 Result of subtraction

1967 07/03/2018 ?

Hello Hayat Khan

use this formula i will make sure there formula is work.

=DATE(YEAR(D14)-C14,MONTH(D14),DAY(D14))

D14- mention Year Cell Range

C14- mention Date Cell range

Is it possible to know the difference between 2 dates if the date format is January 31 2018?

If yes, can help on the formula?

Hey guys,

I'm trying to calculate range in excel. Could someone help me with the solution for this.

I want the range to be calculated automatically. Do we have any formula for this?

example:

Sl. Employee Years Range

1 Abc 5 5 - 6

2 DEF 8 8 - 9

3 GHI 5 5 - 6

4 JKL 5 5 - 6

I am trying to get the days of the week in column A for the whole year but skip Saturdays and S, is there a formula for this?

I have a question.

I have a formula that pulls a date from another worksheet.

=IF(Datasheet!M2"",TEXT(Datasheet!M2,"mmm-yy"),"Jan")

In the cell adjacent to that "second date formula" I have a formula that creates the next month.

=DATE(YEAR(Datasheet!$M$2),MONTH(Datasheet!$M$2)+1,1)

Below each date I have a formula like this.

=SUMPRODUCT(--(TEXT(Homeloans!$A$1:$L$1,"mmm-yy")=B$1),Homeloans!$A$2:$L$2)

That pulls a value from the homloans worksheet.

The problem is the "second date" formula will not allow me to pull the value from homeloans because of the way it is formatted.

Any suggestions on how I should format the "second date formula" and it still create a dynamic month based on the first month in the series?

Thanks

Hi the below may be helpful to you.

=IF(DAY(E8)15,EOMONTH(E8,0)+1,IF(DAY(E8)>15,EOMONTH(E8,0)+1,"")))

Replace E8 with your active cell reference

I have a doozy for you. based upon the date entered into column A, I want a formula to determine if that date is on or before the 15th of that month. If the date falls within that range then I want it to return a value for that month and year in column B. If the date in column A is after the 15th of that month then I want it to return a value in column B that is for the next month and year. For example: If someone entered 6/2/2017 in column A, then column B would return a value of 6/1/2017. If someone entered 6/16/2017 in column A then column B would return a value of 7/1/2017 in column B.

Thanks so much. Great forum!

Hello,

Please try the following formula:

=TEXT(IF(DAY(A1)>15,DATE(YEAR(A1),MONTH(A1)+1,1),DATE(YEAR(A1),MONTH(A1),1)),"mm/dd/yyyy")

Hope it will help you.

The date imported displays mmmyy (Jan18) for Jan 2018. I need that to display 01/31/2018. How do I do that?

Thank you in advance!

are you trying to show the 31st / last day of the month as the output? For example do you want to see: 1/31/2017, 2/28/2017, 3/31/2017...?

ANX171022

what formula i should use to get the manufacturing date and expiry date from the above number

ANX=Product name

Manufacturing expiry

17=2017 2020 (3 years from mfg)

10=Oct oct

22=Date NOT NECESSARY

Hello,

If I understand your task correctly, you need 2 different:

For manufacturing date:

=TEXT(DATE("20"&MID(A1,LEN(A1)-5,2), MID(A1,LEN(A1)-3,2),MID(A1,LEN(A1)-1,2)),"yyyy Mmm")

For expiry date:

=TEXT(DATE("20"&(MID(A1,LEN(A1)-5,2)+3), MID(A1,LEN(A1)-3,2),MID(A1,LEN(A1)-1,2)),"yyyy Mmm")

Hope this will help you!

please give the solution that subtract the date from 05-12-2016 to 06-04-2016, but the result should be 275 days (30 of April+31 of May + 30 of June +31 of July + 31 of Aug + 30 of Sep + 31 of Oct + 30 of Nov +31 of Dec), which is received from the end date of Dec 016 to first April 2016 (ie) 31-12-2016 (-) 01-04-2016

Please explain with support of EXCEL Function

S.Arivananthan

Hello,

Please try the following formula:

=DATEDIF(EOMONTH("06-04-2016",-1),EOMONTH("05-12-2016",0),"D")

Hope it will help you.

Looking for a way in excel to make cells that auto populate the fiscal week number. For example I put in column A3 "Week 45" the I want the next row underneath to auto populate to "Week 44".

I'm trying to make a tracker, I need to cell the cells color when the typed in date 60 and 30 day (amber) and 30 to 00 days (red) from the one year mark. can anyone help me?

How to increment the date for a week if we have particular condition as text using excel formula

Hello, Spandana,

For me to understand the problem better, please send me a small sample workbook with your source data and the result you expect to get to support@ablebits.com. Please don't worry if you have confidential information there, we never disclose the data we get from our customers and delete it as soon as the problem is resolved.

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I'll look into your task and try to help.

>30 days from today column must show "0". how to make formula.

Oh thank fuzzy kittens that I found you. If you can help it will be much appreciated. I need a column to show the fiscal year and week number. I actually need two formulas:

Formula 1- calculate just the fiscal year, if the year starts Oct 1 and ends Sept. 30 (So if the date entered was Oct. 13, 2017 I'll get FY18 as a result). Next I need a formula that will

Formula 2 - Calculate the week number if the year starts Oct. 1 and ends Sept. 30

I have these two formulas, but they don't seem to work and I don't know how to fix them.

FY Formula - =INT(([A1]-DATE(YEAR([A1]),1,10)+(TEXT(WEEKDAY(DATE(YEAR([Date of Engagement]),1,10)),"d")))/7)

Week # Formula - =INT(([A1]-DATE(YEAR([A1]),1,10)+(TEXT(WEEKDAY(DATE(YEAR([A1]),1,10)),"d")))/7)

If you can help me with this I would most appreciate it.

Thanks!!

Hi:

Let's say that I have columns A and B. I need to insert a date in column A and automatically appears a date but 90 days later in column B. How can I do this?

Thank you.

Hello Camilo

use this Formula your worksheet.

=TEXT(SUM(A1+60),"DD-MMM-YY HH:MM")

A1- Columns A

Formula use - Columns B

i think that we works.

Hi,

I am working on next year's budget: Let's say an employees hire date is June 1, 2017 and they will be getting anywhere from a 0% - 3% merit increase on June 1, 2018.

1 - I need to calculate the current salary amount from January 1, 2018 to June 1, 2018 at the current hourly rate ($10) by the number of hours worked per week (20) from January 1 - June 1.

2 - I need to calculate the merit increase (3%) from June 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018 to get the new salary amount for that period.

3 - I need to know what my total budget would be for the year and is it possible to get the total dollar amount in one cell?

4 - Is it possible to create a formula to auto update this each year without having to manually change the year?

Hi guys,

Here's what i'm trying to get.

I have a list of students with date of births, the rule to enter sports tournaments are the following

U11 (Year 6/ Grade 5)– 1st Sept 2006

U10 (Year 5/ Grade 4)– 1st Sept 2007

U9 (Year 4/ Grade 3)– 1st Sept 2008

U8 (Year 3/ Grade 2)– 1st Sept 2009

U7 (Year 2/ Grade 1)– 1st Sept 2010

U6 (Year 1/ KG)– 1st Sept 2011

The date of births are set up this way 21-Dec-2008 (8.9) and i would like to have a formula which will indicate if a students is allegeable to play for the U11 or U10 ....

thank you in advance

I have hundreds of items with different project periods. Some have reports that have to be done monthly, quarterly, semiannually and annually. We roll the log of these items each month to track those that are currently due in a particular month. Does a formula exist that can calculate these due dates automatically??

Today's Date 9/20/2017

Month Ending 9/30/2017

Project Period Report Due

Project A 10/1/2016-9/30/2020 Q ?

Project B 4/1/2017-3/31/2019 A ?

Project C 9/30/2016-9/29/2018 SA ?

Project D 7/1/2015-6/30/2018 M ?

I need to use formula to calculate expiry date from age using following condition. If age is less than 40yrs, expiry date should be 5 years from examination date. If age is equal to or more than 40yrs, expiry date should be 2 years from examination date. Please help. "D" TO BE DONE USING FORMULA.

A B C D

1 Age Examination Date Expiry Date

2 57 7/25/2017 7/24/2019

3 39 7/25/2017 7/24/2022

4 40 7/25/2017 7/24/2019

Hello, Sara,

in addition to the DATE function (to add years) you need to use IF function as well. You will need to built a nested IF in order to go through all your conditions. So the formula should start like this:

=IF(B2<40,DATE(YEAR(C2)+5,MONTH(C2),DAY(C2)),IF...

And your nested IF continues :)

Please follow the links from my reply to learn how the functions work and to insert the rest of your conditions properly.

I need some help data 1 is same name but different output date.but data 2 is Unique name,so i need for which date in higher date only we have represent the output date.

Data 1

hai 4/20/2016

hai 4/22/2016

hai 4/21/2016

Data 2 output

hai 4/22/2016

I need some help data 1 is same name but different output date.but data 2 is Unique name,so i need for which date in higher date only we have represent the output date.

Data 1

hai 4/20/2016

hai 4/22/2016

hai 4/21/2016

Data 2 output

hai 4/22/2016

Change date Format

20 April 2019

22 April 2019

21 April 2019

22 April 2019

And use this formula =LARGE(B5:B8,1)

B5:B8 - Select Cell range area

Journey start (12/5/2017. 6:00 AM )

return time (16/5/2017. 9:00 AM )

Return have total dinner, lunch, breakfast, and accommodation quantity.

Condition:

after 7:00PM he will not get dinner.

after 1:00AM he will not get accommodation.

after 8:00AM he will not get breakfast.

after 12:00pm he will not get lunch

Hi Team,

Your above methods are very helpful.

I wanted to know how i can get the date of next month.

For eg-: if i input 23-01-2017 i should get the output 22-02-2017

Hi,

Thank you for your question.

Enter your date in any cell (A1 in my example) and try the following formula:

=A1+DATE(0,1,0)

As the logic of the DATE function is the following: DATE(year, month, day), the formula above adds a month to the date in A1. You can change the number of days/mounts/years as needed.

Please let us know if you have any other questions.

ty so much for your amazing page and information.

I am trying to create a spreadsheet for my sales tracking. If I ordered a specific document on xx/xx/xx date and have input that date into Column A2 for example(labled -date requested), I will input the received doc. date in column B2.

But if no document is received. I would like for column B2 to turn green(when column A2 date is input(day1) and yellow when 1 day past the initial A2 date, and red when 2 days or more past the initial A2 date(request date) to inform us that the document has not been received. However, if a date has been inputted into B2 these rules(Red, yellow and green) will stop, because the date was added to B2 therefore implying that the document was received.

I have column D for the date an item is issued. column E will calculate the date from column D plus 180 days. I would like to be able to input the current date into column F. And have it calculate into column G the amount of days between the current date in column G and the due date in column E. If you can help me with formulas I would be greatful

hello, what the formula of show month period like 01 January 2017 to 31 January 2017

=text(a1,"DD MMMM YYYY")

A1- Range(which cell selected) apply formula

Hi..

I need an urgent help. I am maintaining a sheet where Supplier ID and Term start date is being recorded. Each supplier is appearing multiple times with a different term start date. I want to automatically put the respective term expiry date which will be a day before next term start date. Please help me with this.

Thanks

Can I update the cell references in a formula (i.e. add the next months value into the formula) by changing the month in a drop down list? I am looking to extend the formula each month and would like to accomplish this without manually changing every line.

Hello, Sean,

yes, Excel formulas recognize the values chosen from the drop-down list and return the values accordingly. Make sure that you reference the cell with a drop-down list correctly in your formula and it should work.

Suppose I want to have a column that has dates of completion of training and I want to have function where there are three colors, green is considered current, yellow is 60 days coming up on expiration and red has expired. How can I create this? Is it even possible? Thank you.

Hey!!i am working on an hotel management excel where i am unable to calculate or either put date meaning i am not able to adjust check in time and check out time..Pls Help

Dear Sir

very simple formulas

Hello, i have a different value on Column A, and i have different date on column B. And I want to know the beginning & ending date for that particular value. What is formula for that? Thanks

Hi there

Wondering if you could help me with this!?

Having a xcel file and im trying to get xcel to give me the proper dates depending on a bar code and the no. of days which the product has! So lets say i have:

C4(bar code), H4(life shelf 12 days),I4(day which should be)

Hi, Adrian,

if C4 contains the serial number that Excel sees as a date, there should be no problem at all. Please try the following formula in I4:

=C4+H4

Hi there,

I am using a Gantt Chart I made years ago and can't figure out why I created the formula the way I did.

=(J5-WEEKDAY(J5,1)+M8)+7*M1

J5 = is the Start Date (which is 1st of June, 2017)

M8 = 1 (Day of the week which was Sunday)

and then I have M1 whose value is 0 <-- this is the part that I needed to remember/understand, why I declared the value as 0

Given that the Start Date is 1st of June, the actual value I get is the 28th of May

Hi Daer All,

Pls someone help in my problem

I have a problem for calculating salary between two dates e,g Logic 1 Manual calculation & logic 2 is the based on the two dates. When calculated from logic 2 there is different between logic 1 amount 1,797. The case listed.

Logic 1

Manual Days calculation

Start date End Date Salary Montly days Formula Prorata salary

24-Mar-17 31-Mar-17 49,500 8 =E9/31*F9 12774

Manual 12 Months calculation

Start date End Date Salary Montly Months Formula Prorata salary

1-Apr-17 31-Mar-18 49,500 12 =E14*F14 594000

Total days+Montsh 606774

Logic 2

Start date End Date Months Salary Montly Formula Prorata salary

24-Mar-17 31-Mar-18 12.22 49,500 =F2*E2 604,977

Total 604,977

Different Logic 1 Vs Logic 2 1,797

Months calculation formula

=(DATE(YEAR(C17),MONTH(C17),DAY(C17))-DATE(YEAR(B17),MONTH(B17),DAY(B17)))/(365.25/12)

Note : Logic 1 is giving correct amount.