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Calculate the number of weeks between given dates
This article demonstrates Excel formulas that calculate complete weeks between two given dates and weeks and days between two given […]
How to calculate the number of months between dates
The image above shows the DATEDIF function calculating the number of complete months between two dates. Column B and column C […]
How to calculate the number of years between dates
The image above demonstrates the DATEDIF function calculating the number of complete years between two dates. Column B and column C […]
How to count workdays between two dates
Excel contains a great function that easily counts the number of workdays between two dates, it even allows you to […]
Count specific WEEKDAYS between two dates
If you want to count specific weekdays like for example Mondays and Wednesdays you need a more complicated array formula. […]
Days between two dates
The DATEDIF function in cell E3 allows you to calculate days between two dates.
How to calculate overlapping time ranges
I found an old post that I think is interesting to write about today. Think of two overlapping ranges, it […]
7 days (weekly) date ranges using a formula
Shannon asks:I need a formula that if I enter a start date in field B1 such as 6/8/11 it will […]
Formula for matching a date within a date range
This article demonstrates how to match a specified date to date ranges. The image above shows a formula in cell […]
Find latest date based on a condition
This article demonstrates how to return the latest date based on a condition using formulas or a Pivot Table. The […]
List values with past date
Question: I have a column "B" with a last name.. I have another columb with a date in it "C"... […]
Create a date range [Formula]
Question: I am trying to create an excel spreadsheet that has a date range. Example: Cell A1 1/4/2009-1/10/2009 Cell B1 […]
Count dates inside a date range
How do I automatically count dates in a specific date range? Array formula in cell D3: =SUM(IF(($A$2:$A$10<$D$2)*($A$2:$A$10>$D$1), 1, 0)) + […]
Calculate last date of a given month
The formula in cell C3 calculates the last date for the given month and year in cell B3. =DATE(YEAR(B3), MONTH(B3)+1, […]
Find latest date in a list
The image above shows a formula in cell D3 that extracts the latest date in cell range B3:B15. =MAX(B3:B15) The MAX […]

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