31/12/2018

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    Is it possible to use Sumif and Countif in the same formula?

    Hi im looking for a way where i can get a total number of units by a specific date, but not by using a Pivot table. I then want to be able to manually change the date and the new information will appear. The data i have is below, Case N. is column A Etc <colgroup><col><col><col...
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    VBA - Greater than or equal to not working with dates.

    Hopefully a quick one. I'm referencing a date (31/12/2018) as a variable "date1" I'm then going onto another sheet and saying if the value in B is >= date1 and <= date2 then do this. When I set it to 31/12/2018, even though this cell is less than the value in B (which is 07/01/2019), it...
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    Hot to get Total by Month, based on interval dates

    I have the following data of electricity consumption on Office 365: Note: date format is dd/mm/yyyy <tbody> Begin End Value of kW <colgroup><col></colgroup><tbody> 16/04/2014 06/08/2014 27/09/2014 09/01/2015 14/01/2015 22/01/2015 23/04/2015 15/05/2015 03/07/2015...
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    Urgent: Irr help

    I am trying to calculate the IRR of the below cash flows. The result seems weird, I think it is because the first cash flow is not zero and the in the second set of cash flows, the third cash flows is negative. Any ideas would be most appreciated. <tbody> 31/10/2018 30/11/2018 31/12/2018...
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    Interest calculation

    I am trying to work out the interest rate of the below given cash flows. I have a principal balance of 1000 and I am paying interest quarterly, at the dates where the 1 is denoted. The interest amount is the sum of the previous quarters cash flows. So for example in the 30/09/2018 date, I will...
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