RE: A better explanation of help required

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Subject: RE: A better explanation of help required
Posted by:  RaymundCG
Date: Sat, 20 May 2006

Modification to my earlier post (after reading again your explanation)
formula should be...

=DATEDIF(original date,today(),"d")

Conditional formating still the same.

--
Thanks and kind regards

"RaymundCG" wrote:

> Hi again!
>
> One work around is to set up a third column to calculate the days left
> before the assessment date. You may use the ff formula
>
> =DATEDIF(TODAY(),assessment date,"d") please note that this function is
> valid only until the assessment date
>
> then based on the results you may now apply conditional formatting using two
> conditions.
>
> Condition 1>Cell Value Is... Less than or equal to 120 > apply the desired
> format (green)
>
> Condition 2>Cell value Is... Between 121 and 160 > apply the desired format
> (red)
>
> These conditional formatting may be applied either to the DATEDIF results
> cells or to another column(?) before the original dates containing the
> employee name.
>
> Hope this helps!
> --
> Thanks and kind regards
>
> "Elvey" wrote:
>
> > I have to assess my team of 70 every six months so if the 1st assessment is
> > 01.01.06 then the next is due on the 01.12.06.
> >
> > I now how to show the next date due by taking the cell +180 to give me the
> > next assessment date.
> >
> > What I want to do is get a reminder 120 days (Coloured Green) from the
> > original assessment date and then a final reminder at 160 days(Coloured Red )
> > so I do not miss their assessments
> >
> > I have tried to use conditional formating but I do not know how to get it to
> > work as each original assessment dates are different depending when they
> > joined the team.
> >
> > How do I get Excel to calculate "X" amount of days forward and change colour
> > to give me a visual reminder without trawling through the spreadsheet.
> >
> > Column E        Column F
> > Original Dates  Dates in six months time
> >
> > 19 May 2006    15 November 2006
> > 26 August 2005    22 February 2006
> > 27 August 2005    23 February 2006
> > 28 August 2005    24 February 2006
> > 29 August 2005    25 February 2006
> > 30 August 2005    26 February 2006
> >
> > Any help will be most appreciated
> >
> > Elvey
> >

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