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Get date ranges from a schedule
The above picture shows you two formulas that extract names (column B) and date ranges (column C and D) based […]
Shift Schedule
Geoff asks: Hi Oscar, I have a cross reference table we use for shift scheduling. The x-axis is comprised of […]
Watch schedule that populates vacation time
This schedule uses the year and month in cell D1 and K1 to highlight activities like vacation specified in the […]
Free School Schedule Template
This template makes it easy for you to create a weekly school schedule, simply enter the time ranges and the […]
Weekly appointment calendar
This weekly calendar is easy to customize, you can change calendar settings in sheet "Settings": Start date (preferably a Sunday or […]
Extract dates from a cell block schedule
Sam asks: One more question for the Calendar that you have set up above can we have a excel formula […]
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 […]
Find empty hours in a weekly schedule
The image above demonstartes an array formula in cell B34 that extracts empty hours in a weekly calendar. I have created […]
Highlight specific time ranges in a weekly schedule
In a previous post I created a simple weekly schedule with dynamic dates, in this post I am going to […]
Weekly schedule template
I would like to share this simple weekly schedule I created. How to use weekly schedule Type any date in cell […]
Calendar with scheduling [vba]
Here is my contribution to all excel calendars out there. My calendar is created in Excel 2007 and uses both […]

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