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How to track sector performance in the stock market – Excel template
The image above shows the performance across industry groups for different date ranges, conditional formatting makes the table much easier […]
How to highlight weekends [Conditional Formatting]
The image above shows conditional formatting applied to cell range C8:C20, it highlights cells containing dates that fall on Saturdays […]
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. […]
How to use the WEEKDAY function
The WEEKDAY function converts a date to a weekday number from 1 to 7. You can customize the function so […]
Time sheet for work
I have built a sheet to track time at work. It is very simple, there are 13 sheets, one for […]
Calendar – monthly view
This article describes how to build a calendar showing all days in a chosen month with corresponding scheduled events. What's […]
Calculate date given weekday and week number
This article demonstrates a formula that returns a date based on a week number and a weekday like Sun to […]
Pivot Table calendar
This article demonstrates how to build a calendar in Excel. The calendar is created as a Pivot Table which makes […]
Create date ranges that stay within month
This article demonstrates a formula that creates date ranges based on a given number of days and the end date […]
Count a specific weekday in a date range
NETWORKDAYS function returns the number of whole workdays between two dates, however the array formula I am going to demonstrate […]
Monthly calendar template
The image above shows a calendar that is dynamic meaning you choose year and month and the calendar instantly updates […]
Setting up your work hours in a weekly schedule
The image above demonstrates conditional formatting¬†highlighting hours outside work hours, those cells are filled with grey except weekends. Conditional formatting […]
Populate cells dynamically in a weekly schedule
In this post I am going to add one more function to the weekly schedule I built in a previous […]
Calculate machine utilization
Question: I need to calculate how many hours a machine is utilized in a company with a night and day […]
How to calculate a date based on specific weekday in a month
Question: How to calculate the date of the third Monday of a given month? Answer: Column B contains dates of […]

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