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 #1     August 12th 08, 01:50 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions Calculating Anniversary years I need to determine which employees might fall into a particular group of anniversary dates 1 year, 2 year, 3 year, etc. I have a column with a hire date dd/mm/yyyy and would like to create a column where the anniversary year is the result based on a reference to data in an absolute cell that I could change each month. To start, I need to group people as to where they would be as of 1-1-09. I had it calculated at first when I put 2009 in the absolute cell, but I need to refine it by the month, so my initial thinking is to put 1-1-09 in the absolute cell, then change it each month to recalculate going forward. what forumula can I write to calculate an anniversary year by the method described abvove?

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August 12th 08, 01:57 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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Calculating Anniversary years

Try,

=DATEDIF(A1,\$E\$1,"y")

Where E1 is the evaluation date.

Mike

"[email protected]" wrote:

I need to determine which employees might fall into a particular group of
anniversary dates 1 year, 2 year, 3 year, etc.

I have a column with a hire date dd/mm/yyyy and would like to create a
column where the anniversary year is the result based on a reference to data
in an absolute cell that I could change each month. To start, I need to
group people as to where they would be as of 1-1-09.

I had it calculated at first when I put 2009 in the absolute cell, but I
need to refine it by the month, so my initial thinking is to put 1-1-09 in
the absolute cell, then change it each month to recalculate going forward.

what forumula can I write to calculate an anniversary year by the method
described abvove?

 #3     August 12th 08, 03:14 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions Calculating Anniversary years Thanks Mike, that works. Now, how can in integrate that into what I had already created: =IF(C3="Active",\$O\$2-YEAR(D3),"none") I had made the previous forumula to review all the records, for the ones that were active employees, calculate an anniversary group otherwide, display none. How can I integrate your solution to also include the other actions: do the calculation for active employees, otherwise display "None." Thanks. "Mike H" wrote: Try, =DATEDIF(A1,\$E\$1,"y") Where E1 is the evaluation date. Mike "[email protected]" wrote: I need to determine which employees might fall into a particular group of anniversary dates 1 year, 2 year, 3 year, etc. I have a column with a hire date dd/mm/yyyy and would like to create a column where the anniversary year is the result based on a reference to data in an absolute cell that I could change each month. To start, I need to group people as to where they would be as of 1-1-09. I had it calculated at first when I put 2009 in the absolute cell, but I need to refine it by the month, so my initial thinking is to put 1-1-09 in the absolute cell, then change it each month to recalculate going forward. what forumula can I write to calculate an anniversary year by the method described abvove?
#4
August 12th 08, 03:25 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
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Calculating Anniversary years

Try,

=IF(C3="Active",DATEDIF(D3,\$O\$2,"y"),"none")

Mike

"[email protected]" wrote:

Thanks Mike, that works. Now, how can in integrate that into what I had
previous forumula to review all the records, for the ones that were active
employees, calculate an anniversary group otherwide, display none.

How can I integrate your solution to also include the other actions: do the
calculation for active employees, otherwise display "None."

Thanks.

"Mike H" wrote:

Try,

=DATEDIF(A1,\$E\$1,"y")

Where E1 is the evaluation date.

Mike

"[email protected]" wrote:

I need to determine which employees might fall into a particular group of
anniversary dates 1 year, 2 year, 3 year, etc.

I have a column with a hire date dd/mm/yyyy and would like to create a
column where the anniversary year is the result based on a reference to data
in an absolute cell that I could change each month. To start, I need to
group people as to where they would be as of 1-1-09.

I had it calculated at first when I put 2009 in the absolute cell, but I
need to refine it by the month, so my initial thinking is to put 1-1-09 in
the absolute cell, then change it each month to recalculate going forward.

what forumula can I write to calculate an anniversary year by the method
described abvove?

 #5     August 12th 08, 09:25 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions Calculating Anniversary years I didn't get your post originally, but following is my result: I think with your help, I got there. I appreciate it! =IF(C3="Active",DATEDIF(D3,\$O\$2,"y"),"none") "[email protected]" wrote: I need to determine which employees might fall into a particular group of anniversary dates 1 year, 2 year, 3 year, etc. I have a column with a hire date dd/mm/yyyy and would like to create a column where the anniversary year is the result based on a reference to data in an absolute cell that I could change each month. To start, I need to group people as to where they would be as of 1-1-09. I had it calculated at first when I put 2009 in the absolute cell, but I need to refine it by the month, so my initial thinking is to put 1-1-09 in the absolute cell, then change it each month to recalculate going forward. what forumula can I write to calculate an anniversary year by the method described abvove?

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