Extract Month and year from Cell containing date, month, year & time
I have an extract from a database that lists the dates we have sold products. I want to chart the product sales by month and year. eg. convert 22 Jan 2009 to 1.2009. Is this possible using the Year and Month function together, I can get them to work separately but can't get the syntax right to get them to work together.
I am trying various derivations of:
Help fixing this will make my life so much easier!
I need assistance, please (anyone!).
I have a spreadsheet where I have run a query and pulled an export to Excel. The report is very simple (below). Basically, I am trying to convert the second column from Day/Month/Year to Month/Day/YEAR with the allocated time listed. If I go and paste this information into excel (since it is an export) there are constraints in the cell that do not allow me to do the general format options and change the column into the correct format. Nothing works.
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I have the below formula to calculate benefit increases depending on various plan dates. It's working perfectly for what I need except that in some instances there will be no value in cell B3 (a date). I need to figure out how to rework things so that if B3 is blank the calculations in my IF statements will still occur and I'm in over my head. Any assistance is
=IF(AND($B$3>$N$1,$B$1>$N$1,$B$4>$N$2),$B$5*(($M$2/12)*((YEAR($B$2)-YEAR($L$2))*12+MONTH($B$2)-MONTH($L$2)+1)+1),IF(AND($B$3<$L$1,$B$1<$L$1,$B$4< $L$2),$B$5*(($M$1/12)*((YEAR($B$2)-YEAR($L$1))*12+MONTH($B$2)-MONTH($L$1)+1)+1),IF(AND($B$3<$L$1,$B$1<$L$1,$B$4> $N$2),$B$5*(($M$1/12)*((YEAR($B$2)-YEAR($L$1))*12+MONTH($B$2)-MONTH($L$1)+1)+1)*(($M$2/12)*((YEAR($B$2)-YEAR($L$2))*12+MONTH($B$2)-MONTH($L$2)+1)+1),$B$5))
I have a spreadsheet that I am trying to get a cumulative figure for the current month to date to calculate and then a year to date figure. I have two spreadsheets within the workbook one for the data entry side of things and then the daily report.
I need the formula to look for the "current" month and the "current" year.
I am attempting to sort a list of companies that are formatted in our
database system by month/date/year (mm/dd/yy). I want them to sort by
month and date only, however Excel 200 recognizes the year as a criteria.
How do I get the program to ignore the year information for these 4,00+
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