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Thanks!!! Consider that we have to calculate age of a baby born on 12/12/2012. But in the same cell, if I use a formula with constants as: =DATEDIF("01-Jan-07","01-Feb-09","M") the value in the cell returns 25. If the start/end date DAY is less than 15 then I want to consider it a full month.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 4.1.8 Copyright © 2012 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. The time now is 03:50 AM. But what I need is to have this tiny button that I can click to return the difference between the two dates. so the second forecast is from 1990(m01) until 1995(m01) for the forecast for 1995(M02)..

The formula currently is set up as: =if((and(B19&C19="")),12,roundup(if(b19>\$b\$2,b19-\$b\$2,if(c19>\$b\$2,c19-\$b\$2,datedif(b19,c19,"D")))/30,0)) The B column is Date of Hire and C column is Termination Date. Of Days - Excel Excel Forum Dear Gurus I am faced with another issue within 2 days. OR even better 'A' FORMULA to calc the number of: YEARS, MONTHS, WEEKS, DAYS, HOURS, MINUTES and SECONDS between two dates and times (FORMAT CELLS, custom, dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm:ss) would be great. This difference can be expressed in a variety of ways.

And because of this you wonâ€™t find this function in the Formula Tab. I am using the FORECAST function to interpolate between 2 pairs of numbers. Need to check with you guys as I'm really no good in VB Scripting or Macro. Ask Your Own Question Date Calculation Help Needed (datedif) - Excel Excel Forum Hi, I have an formulae which calculates the amount of time between two dates, although when a starting

I want to take this data and convert it into specified time frames: specifically: 0 -3 months 3-6 months 6 months - 1 year 1 -2 years 2-5 years 5 years Col D: I would like to construct an if statement which will state: Condition 1: that if expiry date (Col C) is less than current date (today()) then to display "expired for the months to come (jun-dec) i'd like for the chart to include the forecast and budgeted numbers but obviously no actual. With the data supplied, that'd give the answer 2.

Final if statement will be: If(C2<=Today(),formula for condition 1 as shown above,formula for condition 2) Sample book attached Ask Your Own Question Calculate Years/months Between Dates And Then Average - Excel Thanks for any suggestions. Cheers Stephan Rands 07772000679 [email protected] www.srands.co.uk Ask Your Own Question Charting Forecast Against Actual - Excel Excel Forum I'm after some advice... But in the same cell, if I use a formula with constants as: =DATEDIF("01-Jan-07","01-Feb-09","M") the value in the cell returns 25.

I have the following formula which is working fine: =FORECAST(K10,AC10:AD10,Y10:Z10) Where the values in AC10:AD10 and Y10:Z10 are found from a data table using MATCH and INDEX. Any help would be very much appreciated. Col C: expiry date. error replace the dates with each other written in formula Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Like this

Ask Your Own Question Rounding The Datedif Function - Excel Excel Forum Is there a way I can round the DATEDIF function so that partial months are counted as a whole error Welcome to MrExcel board... The upshot of all this is that it's counted the number of people who are aged over 40 in the list. If it is negative it brings back an error in the cell, can I not use datedif if the difference is negative?

Shopping Cart Empty View Cart Forum Tutorial Macro Forum Blog Excel Tutorials Free Excel Macros Extra Resources Forum Excel Video Tutorials Keyboard Shortcuts Excel Help Resources Contact Close Window Get Your I have the following to work out the difference but it's big and ugly and I figure there must be a slicker method. Thanks in Advance for any help you can provide. I want to take this data and convert it into specified time frames: specifically: 0 -3 months 3-6 months 6 months - 1 year 1 -2 years 2-5 years 5 years

Putting the entire OFFSET formula into the FORECAST function works fine, but I would prefer to keep these as separate cell values in order to reduce the length of the formula Categories Uncategorized (130) RSS Expand/Collapse News (8) RSS Expand/Collapse Blogs (1192) RSS Expand/Collapse .Net Development (2) RSS Expand/Collapse Analysis Services (493) RSS Expand/Collapse Query Languages (13) RSS Expand/Collapse Machine Learning (5) error Results 1 to 5 of 5 Datedif returning #NUM! The formula that we are going to user here is: =DATEDIF("01/01/2001","01/01/2007","m") The answer is 72 i.e. 6 years X 12 months in each year =72 Example 3: Write a formula to

Am actually stuck here, not sure what am missing. So, will try to use the formula: =DATEDIF("12/12/2012",TODAY(),"y")&" years,"& DATEDIF("12/12/2012",TODAY(),"ym") &" month(s), "& DATEDIF("12/12/2012",TODAY(),"md")&" Days" See, what the result of this formula is. All rights reserved. You can also sign up to post your own business intelligence blog.

Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote Jan 17th, 2012,02:55 AM #5 VIKESH New Member Join Date Jan 2012 Posts 1 Re: Datedif returning #NUM! THanks in advance. So, instead of entering the today's date manually we will use the Today() function. â€˜Unitâ€™: As we want to find the number of days between the period. The datedif function does this but as some of my commenecement dates are after some of the forecast dates it returns #NUM!

Thanks. The same is true with the md interval. The problem is this....We are now nearly Mid July and the Forecasted figure for the end of July is 85, but to date we have done 78. when days less than 0 I am using the following formula which is working fine =DATEDIF(TODAY(),C103,"D") except when the number of days becomes less than zero.

I effectivly need a function that calculates the difference in months between the commenement date and the forecast month. I have also tried using TREND but have had the same problems. After milestone 3,4 and 5 a presentation has to be given on the project at a regular monthly meeting. For example, if Date1 is 1-Feb-1996, and Date2 is 1-Mar-1997,

=DATEDIF(Date1,Date2,"yd") will return 29, because there are 29 days between 1-Feb-1996 and 1-Mar-1996.

Interval indicates the unit of time that =DATEDIF is to return is result.

Date1 must be less than (earlier) or equal to Date2.