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Excel nerd assistance required.

Discussion in 'Technology' started by daddyiwantchocolate, Oct 13, 2005.

  1. daddyiwantchocolate

    daddyiwantchocolate TRIBE Member


    Cell A1 = date (in random date format). Let's say this says January 1, 2005.

    Cell A2 = I need to count 37 weeks AFTER January 1, 2005.

    How in the shit would I do this?

    I've found formulae for counting days BEFORE a date, but none calculating time going forward.

    Frankly, my brain cannot wrap itself around this one right now, and your help is really appreciated!!!!!
  2. Liquidity

    Liquidity TRIBE Member

    =DATE(YEAR(A1), MONTH(A1), DAY(A1)+(37)*7)
  3. daddyiwantchocolate

    daddyiwantchocolate TRIBE Member


    Thanks sooooo much!!!! : )
  4. daddyiwantchocolate

    daddyiwantchocolate TRIBE Member

    Alright, one last question for a while:

    A1/2/3 = earlier date , B1/2/3 = later date,
    C1/D1 (read:combination of a couple of columns) = length of time between now and another date, expressed in years and months..

    So if A1 = January 1, 1966,
    And B1 = October 15, 2005
    I'd need C1/D1 to be 39 years/9 months

    This one has me (again) stumped, because nothing I've tried is working and I can't figure out what the fuck I'm missing.
  5. daddyiwantchocolate

    daddyiwantchocolate TRIBE Member

    Waitaminute, I think I may have cracked it.
    EDIT: nope.

    entering rage phase.
  6. Liquidity

    Liquidity TRIBE Member

    cell c1 is to get the years:

    =(YEAR(B1)-YEAR(A1)) [formatted numbers]

    cell d1 is to add the above years to the first date:

    =DATE(YEAR(A1) + C1, MONTH(A1), DAY(A1)) [formatted date]

    cell e1 is to subtract the months:

    =MONTH(B1) - MONTH(D1)

    NOTE: i didn't add in any IF statements in case A1's month is higher than B1's. I think you can figure it out easily enough..
  7. Liquidity

    Liquidity TRIBE Member


    you could just put this in D1:

    =MONTH(B1) - MONTH(DATE(YEAR(A1) + C1, MONTH(A1), DAY(A1))) [formatted number]

    looks messy tho

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