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[Fixed] Excel Date Filter Not Working
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[Fixed] Excel COUNT Function Not Working
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  1. List of Orders
    5/31/22 Trucker A to Destination B Price $250
    6/01/22 Trucker A to Destination B Price $300
    6/05/22 Trucker A to Destination B Price $400
    First, sort your Order Date column by Newest to Oldest order. Then, use Trucker A to Destination B as the lookup value. Now, you’ll get the latest price by using the VLOOKUP function.

  2. Hello AHMED
    I think you made an unintentional mistake during the calculation.
    After 5 years, the future value would be $243.97. The result would come the same whether you calculate manually or use any function.
    Calculating manually, you’ll get the result below.
    Manual Calculation
    And, using the FV function the result would come like in the one below.
    Using FV Function

  3. Hello LINCHEN NUMBY,
    Thanks for your comment. Here, we’re very eager to help this kind of new startup.
    For ease of understanding, you may download the workbook to go along with the approach.
    From your comment above, we’ve made an imaginary dataset for your company. Let’s have a look at this first.

    Then, construct a new column named Group under Column E.
    After that, select cell E5 and enter the following formula.
    =IF(D5>5000,"Key Product",IF(D5>=2000,"Large",IF(D5<2000,"Small")))
    Following this, press ENTER.

    Now, bring the cursor to the right-bottom corner of cell E5; instantly, it’ll look like a plus (+) sign. Basically, it’s the Fill Handle tool.
    Currently, double-click on it to get results in the following cells also.

    Finally, the results are here.

    Alternatively, you can use the following formula instead of the previous one.
    =IFS(D5>5000,"Key Product",D5>2000,"Large",D5<2000,"Small")

    So, that’s all from me on this problem. Feel free to contact us for other inquiries. Follow our website Exceldemy to explore more about Excel.

  4. Hello Elaine,
    First, it feels good to see your interest in learning it. That motivates us to work hard.
    Now, coming back to your question. Here you intend to enter the End Date Status automatically. Yes, that’s a very good thought. In this era of automation, why should we lag behind? Hahahaha…. Okay, let’s get to the solution now.
    There could be 4 separate conditions. First, the Last Follow-up Date could be before the End Date of the study and the patient is dead at the Last Follow-up Date. Second, the Last Follow-up Date could be after the End Date of the study and the patient is dead at the Last Follow-up Date. Third, the Last Follow-up Date could be before the End Date of the study and the patient is alive at the Last Follow-up Date. And the fourth, the Last Follow-up Date could be after the End Date of the study and the patient is alive at the Last Follow-up Date. So, how can we determine the End Date Status for these situations? Let’s see the steps below.
    • Firstly, go to cell G5 and enter the following formula.
    =IFS(AND(E5=1,D5<F5),1,AND(E5=1,D5>F5),0,AND(E5=0,D5<F5),"?",AND(E5=0,D5>F5),0)
    Here, we used the IFS function where we inserted those 4 conditions as logical_test and their output as value_if_true. Further, we used the AND function to join two conditions together.
    • Finally, press ENTER.

    That’s all from me on this. Don’t forget to visit our website, Exceldemy, a one-stop Excel solution provider, to explore more.
    Stay well and healthy. Happy Excelling ☕.

  5. Hello Jane,
    Hope this article is useful for you. I’ve got your problem. The main reason behind it is using the COUNT function. The COUNT function cannot count the Text values. So, you’ve to use the COUNTA function in this case. You may download the workbook for a better understanding. See the following image.

    Here, in cell B10, we can see the total count as 0 and in cell C10, the total count is 5. Because in the left cell, we used the COUNT function which is unsuccessful to retrieve the total number of sales reps. But, the COUNTA function in the right cell gives us the right result.
    The formula we used in cell B10 is the following.
    ="Total: "&COUNT(B5:B9)

    And the formula in cell C10 is given below.
    ="Total: "&COUNTA(C5:C9)

    That’s all from me on this topic. Happy Excelling…

  6. Hello Emily,
    It is very motivating for us when someone benefits from using our method. Now getting back to your query. You can use a simple copy-paste feature to overcome this issue. Let’s see the process below for a better understanding.
    • Firstly, select cells in the C5:C13 range.
    • Then, press the CTRL key followed by the C key on the keyboard.

    This command copies the whole range.
    • After that, right-click on cell E5.
    • In the context menu, select Values (V) in the Paste Options.

    You can see the data pasted in the new place.

    • Additionally, select cells in the B5:B13 range and C4:C13 range also.
    • Therefore, delete them using the Delete button.

    • At this time, press CTRL+C to copy the cells in the D5:D13 range.

    • Henceforth, go to cell B5 and paste them by pressing CTRL+V.

    Finally, you get the desired result.

  7. Hello KYLE,
    Obviously, you can do that for dates also. See the image below.

    Here, we retrieved the Price of a product with 2 criteria. One is the Product Name, another criterion is the date. The formula we used in cell I5 is the following.
    =INDEX($E$5:$E$16,MATCH(1,(($B$5:$B$16=G5)*($D$5:$D$16>=H5)*($C$5:$C$16<=H5)),0))
    You can go through the article How to Use INDEX MATCH with Multiple Criteria for Date Range on our website for an explanation of this formula and other methods to do the same task.
    Anyway, I hope that helps. You may follow our website, ExcelDemy, a one-stop Excel solution provider, to explore more. Happy Excelling.
    Regards,
    Shahriar Abrar Rafid
    Excel & VBA Content Developer
    ExcelDemy

  8. Hello THORSTEN LEMANN,
    I’ve got your problem. I tried to replicate your dataset and also, applied the VLOOKUP function to fetch the monthly sales of a particular sales rep based on his/her ID. See the image below.

    Notice that my lookup_value is in the first column of my table_array. Always make sure to maintain this. Otherwise, the VLOOKUP function will not work. Your mistake was that you were keeping your lookup_value in the second column of your table_array. That’s why the formula wasn’t operating and showing #N/A as output.
    So, be cautious next time. That’s all from me on this topic. You may follow our website, ExcelDemy, a one-stop Excel solution provider, to explore more. Happy Excelling.

  9. Hello NEA KYTONEN,
    I’ve understood your problem. Don’t worry, I have the solution also. See the image below.

    This is quite a long dataset. This worksheet has 716 rows. So, whenever you scroll down in the sheet, the column headers go up and get vanished from the display like the following image.

    As a result, you cannot see the headings and you messed up with a huge amount of data. There is an easy solution to this problem. See the steps below.
    • At first, select the row just under the header row. Here, it is Row 5.
    • Then, go to the View tab.
    • After that, click on the Freeze Panes drop-down on the Window group of commands.
    • Lastly, select the Freeze Panes feature.

    Now, you can see we have scrolled down to Row 77 still headings are there in their positions.

    That’s all from me on this topic. Hope you find it helpful. Let us know if you have any other issues respecting Excel. Also, follow our website, ExcelDemy, a one-stop Excel solution provider to explore more.

  10. Hello REBECCA,
    Thanks for your feedback. We are very glad to feel that our readers study our articles attentively. I am very sorry that method was not added. Now, I’m showing the way step by step for your convenience.
    • At first, select the cells in the B4:F14 range.
    • Then, press the CTRL key followed by the T on your keyboard.

    Immediately, the Create Table dialog box appears.
    • Secondly, click OK.

    As a result, the normal data range is converted into a table.

    • Thirdly, select cells in the Student column.
    • Then, go to the Data tab.
    • Now, click on Sort A to Z.

    You can see that the whole dataset became sorted along with this column.

    That’s all from me on this topic. Again, many thanks to you for your subtle observations. I’ll inform it to our editorial team to fix it. We always hope for such positive comments. Follow our website, ExcelDemy, a one stop Excel solution provider, to explore more.
    Regards,
    Shahriar Abrar
    Excel & VBA Content Developer
    Exceldemy

  11. Hello JACOB,
    Thanks for your appreciation first. Now coming back to your question. I understood your problem easily. It takes a great effort if you try to remove those extra spaces manually from the cells one by one. But no problem. We have a smart workaround for you. Just follow the following steps.
    We can see that there are some spaces in cells in the C5:C8 range which we want to remove.

    • Firstly, press CTRL+F on your keyboard.
    • Immediately, the Find and Replace dialog box appears
    • Secondly, go to the Replace tab.
    • In the Find what box, type down a single blank space.
    • Keep the Replace with box blank.
    • After that, click on the Replace All button.

    Instantly, it’ll show a message box with the message “All done. We made 20 replacements.”. Also, the extra spaces are gone in the dataset.

    Additionally, you can go through the article How to Remove Blank Spaces in Excel in our website to know more techniques regarding this problem. Also, follow our website, ExcelDemy, a one stop Excel solution provider to explore more. Happy Excelling.

  12. It’s my pleasure. I’m happy to be of service.

  13. Hello ERICA,
    Here, I’m showing a way to solve your problem. I believe this will help you on this matter.
    I’ve prepared a dummy file with 20 products. Assume it is the File from Wholesaler.

    On the other hand, the following is your own Excel sheet that you maintain for the Site. For convenience, I kept the columns blank.

    Here, I just gave some SKU code in Column B and the other data will be extracted from the File from Wholesaler. So, let’s see it.
    • Firstly, open both files in Excel.
    • Secondly, go to the File for Website.
    • Now, select cell C5 and enter the VLOOKUP function.
    =VLOOKUP(B5,

    Here, B5 is the lookup_value that we want to search for.
    • Then, move to the other workbook File from Wholesaler.
    • Here, select the whole range of data. In this case, I selected data in the B4:E24 range. This is the table_array argument of the function.

    • Afterward, we want to know the name of the Product corresponding to this code. And the Products are in the 2nd column of this table array. So, we wrote down 2 as col_index_num.
    =VLOOKUP(B5,Wholesaler.xlsx!Product,2)

    • Following this, press ENTER.

    You can see the result in cell C5.
    • Thenceforth, double-click on the Fill Handle.

    • And get the full result in the following cells.

    You can retrieve the value in other columns in the same method. Just you have to change the col_index_num in the formula. See how we wrote the formula to get the value of Sales.
    =VLOOKUP(B5,Wholesaler.xlsx!Product,4)

    So, I think this would be enough to help you. Otherwise, you can go through the article How to Link Two Workbooks in Excel to do the same task in multiple ways. Please follow our website, ExcelDemy, a one-stop Excel solution provider, to explore more.

  14. Hello V SHANTHI,
    First of all, thanks for your appreciation. Now, let’s get back to your query. Here, you wanted to add a new column for showing the leave balance of employees. If you want to do this on a monthly basis, follow the steps below.
    • At first, create a new column with the heading Leave Balance under Column AO.

    • Then, go to cell AO6 and enter the following formula.
    =4-AN6
    Here, we assumed 4 leaves can be taken in a month. It could be changed according to your need.
    • After that, press the ENTER button.

    • Now, bring your cursor to the right-bottom corner of cell AO6 and it’ll look like a plus (+) sign. It’s the Fill Handle tool.
    • Afterward, double-click on it.

    You can see the results in the following cells also.

    On the other hand, if you find out the employee leave balance or remaining leaves on a yearly basis, you can follow the article How to Track Employee Vacation Time in Excel on our website.
    So, that’s all from me on this topic. Please visit our website, ExcelDemy, to explore more. Happy Excelling.

  15. Hi RAV,
    It would be great if you share your Excel workbook. Because this formula works fine with criteria from other worksheets in our workbook.
    See the screenshot below.

    In Sheet3, we inserted the formula and gave all the arguments from Sheet2.
    =IFERROR(INDEX('INDEX - SMALL Formula'!$B$2:$B$12,SMALL(IF('INDEX - SMALL Formula'!$C$2:$C$12=G$4,ROW('INDEX - SMALL Formula'!$B$2:$B$12)-1),ROW('INDEX - SMALL Formula'!1:1)),1),"")
    And, it’s working without any errors. So, there must be another problem with your workbook. So, please share it with us thus we can solve your issue.
    If there is any other problem regarding Excel, you can let us know. Also, follow our website, ExcelDemy, a one-stop Excel solution provider to explore more. Happy Excelling.

  16. Hello ANTHONY,
    Here, we’ll get the value of the last cell of a row and show it in cell C14.

    But, as per your condition, we’ll retrieve this value from another workbook named Sales. Now, we want to extract the value of the last cell of Row 5 from the Dataset worksheet of this workbook.

    To do this,
    • At first, select cell C14 and call the INDEX function.

    • Then, select cells in the B5:E5 range.

    • After that, insert the COUNTA function and select the same range as the argument.
    • As usual, press the ENTER button.

    • Finally, you can see the result in cell C14 and the final form of the formula is like the following.
    =INDEX([Sales.xlsx]Dataset!$A$5:$D$5,COUNTA([Sales.xlsx]Dataset!$A$5:$D$5))

    Here, the part inside the square brackets are the name of the workbook. And the part before the exclamation mark and after the square bracket is the name of the worksheet.
    That’s how you can do it from another workbook. It’s all from me on this topic. Follow our website, ExcelDemy, a one-stop Excel solution provider, to explore more.

  17. Hello DIALLO,
    Thanks for your appreciation. I can get the problem you are facing with your worksheet.
    Here, we have a dummy dataset in our hands to replicate your problem. It’s a Sales Report of a particular grocery store.

    From the above dataset, we can clearly notice that there is a total of two sales that are greater than $15000, and others are less than this amount.
    Now, we’ll show how you would do it in your workbook.
    • At the very beginning, select cells in the B5:D14 range.
    • After that, go to the Home tab.
    • Then, click on the Conditional Formatting drop-down on the Styles group.
    • Next, select New Rule from the list.

    In the New Formatting Rule dialog box,
    • At first, choose Use a formula to determine which cells to format under the Select a Rule Type section.
    • Secondly, write down the following in the Format values where this formula is true box.
    =D5<=15000
    • Thirdly, click on the Format button.

    The Format Cells dialog box appears.
    • Firstly, move to the Fill tab.
    • Following this, select Red as Background Color.
    • Later, click OK.

    • Also, click OK in the New Formatting Rule dialog box.

    Immediately, it shows us faulty formatting which we don’t want.

    So, how can we fix it? Don’t worry! We just have to edit the formula.
    To do this,
    • Initially, proceed to the Home tab.
    • Then, click on the Conditional Formatting drop-down.
    • From the drop-down list, select Manage Rules.

    Suddenly, it opens the Conditional Formatting Rules Manager.
    • Primarily, select This Worksheet in the Show formatting rule for box.
    • Secondarily, select the rule.
    • Thirdly, click on Edit Rule.

    • Change the formula a little bit. Just add a ($) sign before D5.
    • Lastly, click OK.

    • Again, click OK.

    Now, you can see the correct formatting according to your preference.

    That’s all from me on this. Keep the good vibes. You can follow our website Exceldemy, a one-stop Excel solution provider to explore more. Happy Excelling☕…..

  18. Hello,
    First of all, download the Practice Workbook for better understanding.
    I think you’ve talked about the following phenomena. Let’s see the following image.

    Now, you want to match the items in Column 2020 with the items in Column 2019.
    For this, copy the cells in the B5:B12 range.
    Then, paste them in the E5:E12 range.

    After that, go to cell F5 and enter the following formula.
    =IF(COUNTIF(C5:C12,B5:B12)>0,B5:B12,"")
    As usual, press ENTER.

    Note: It’s an array formula. If you are using Microsoft Excel 365 then you can easily run the formula by pressing the ENTER key. Otherwise, you have to tap the CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER keys simultaneously to make the formula work.
    Hope that will work for you. Follow our blog Exceldemy to learn more about Excel.

  19. Hello ROMA,
    Sorry for being late. And we love to solve our user’s problems.
    First of all, download the Practice Workbook for your own convenience.
    • At the very beginning, we’ve made a relevant dataset for your problem.

    • Then, make a new row in Row 9 with the heading Total Monthly Sales. Also, a new column Total Sales in Column F.
    • Later, select cell C9 and enter the formula below.
    =SUM(C5:C8)
    • Next, press ENTER.

    • Alternatively, press ALT+= on the keyboard as a shortcut to do the same task.

    • Now, get the cursor to the bottom-right corner of cell C9; instantly, it will look like a plus (+) sign. Actually, it’s the Fill Handle tool.
    • Thus, drag it to the right corner of cell E9.

    Therefore, we get the desired results in other cells too.

    • Similarly, go to cell F5 and paste the following formula.
    =SUM(C5:E5)
    • As usual, press ENTER.

    Currently, we’ll insert the chart.
    • Firstly, go to the Insert tab.
    • Secondly, click on Insert Column or Bar Chart dropdown on the Charts group.
    • Thirdly, select 2-D Clustered Column from the available options.

    As a result, we can see a blank chart on the worksheet.

    • Then, right-click anywhere on the chart area.
    • It opens a context menu. Hence, choose Select Data from the options.

    Immediately, the Select Data Source dialog box opens.
    • Here, click on the Add button under the Legend Entries (Series) section.

    Instantly, the Edit Series input box appears.
    • Then, give the Series name as Monthly Sales.
    • In the box of Series values, give the reference of the C9:E9 range.
    • After that, click OK.

    • Thenceforth, click on the Edit button under the Horizontal (Category) Axis Labels.

    • Following this, give the reference of the C4:E4 range in the Axis label range box.
    • After that, click OK.

    It returns us to the Select Data Source dialog box again.
    • Next, press the OK button.

    Simply, a column chart will be visible on the worksheet. It includes the month-wise sales amount.

    • Hereafter, add Axis Titles and Legend to the chart using the Add Chart Element option.

    Now, we’ll create the second chart as per your question.
    • Similarly, insert another blank chart and open the Select Data Source dialog box.
    • Then, click on Add.

    • Then, in the Edit Series dialog box, do the following as in the image below.

    • Also, change the Horizontal Axis Labels like before.
    • After that, click OK.

    Here is the desired chart of employee-wise total sales.

    • Bring some edits to the chart to make it more appealing.

  20. Hello DEANNA,

    First of all, many many thanks for your appreciation. At the end of the day, these kinds of words motivate us a lot. Now, get back to your query.

    For your convenience, download this practice workbook.

    Firstly, we’ve created a dataset as per your description. We’ve constructed an imaginary Weekly Sales Report of your company. Let’s see the following picture.

    Now, we’ll find out how many sales reps cannot cross the Sales Amount of $350 in a week.

    At first, go to cell D11 and enter the following formula into the cell.
    =COUNTIF(D5:D9,"<350")
    Secondly, press the ENTER key.

    Here, we can see that Excel returns 2 as result. Because two employees made sales amount below $350 which are Person 2 and Person 5. We think you wanted to know about this part.

    As a bonus, we’ll teach you one more trick. You can get a more specific answer with this. Guess, if you wanted to know how many sales reps made sales amount below $350 in a specific zone. Let’s say, in the West zone. Obviously, you can crack this too.

    Firstly, select cell D11 and write down the formula below.
    =COUNTIFS(D5:D9,"<350",C5:C9,"West")
    As usual, tap ENTER.

    The result is 1 because there is only one Sales Rep in the West zone with a Sales Amount less than $350 who is Person 2.
    To explore more about Excel, please visit our website Exceldemy: One-stop Excel solution provider…

  21. Hello Dave,
    Thanks for your humble appearance. But we always welcome informing us about your concerns. Now, without further delay, let’s dive into the problem.
    At first, download the Practice Workbook for your own convenience.
    From your example above, I’ve created a dataset. Let’s look at the image below for a better understanding.

    • To solve the problem, firstly, we are creating a new column named Helper Column to Get Date Only. Also, created a final output range in cell D14.

    • Secondly, select cell D7 and enter the following formula.
    =DATE(YEAR(B7),MONTH(B7),DAY(B7))
    This formula filters out the date only from the date and time in cell B7.
    • Then, press the ENTER key.

    • After that, use the Fill Handle tool to get results in the remaining cells.

    • Thirdly, go to cell D14 and paste the formula below.
    =MAX(IF(D7:D12=D4,B7:C12))
    We used the MAX and IF functions in the formula above. Using the IF function, we inserted a logical test that checks if the dates in the D7:D12 range equals to the date in cell D4. If the result is TRUE, then it displays an array of corresponding dates and times in the B7:C12 range. Then, the MAX function gets the maximum value among them.
    • As usual, press ENTER.

    Currently, it’s showing the time in General format. So, we’ve to change the cell formatting.
    • To do this, press CTRL+1 to open the Format Cells dialog box.
    • In the Number tab, select Time format as Category.
    • Then, choose the formatting Type as shown in the picture below.
    • Lastly, click OK.

    Finally, we got our desired output format. And the result is correct also.

    That’s all about it. If you find any difficulty regarding this example or any other problems related to Excel, feel free to contact us. You can also follow our Exceldemy blog for the most detailed solutions to any problems in Excel.

  22. Hello MOHAMAD,
    Thanks for your valuable comment. We always expect such positive feedback from our users.
    As you said, here we’ve shown the simple exponential method only. The main reason for this is that we didn’t only want to emphasize exponential smoothing; rather we wanted to cover all conceivable methods of data smoothing. If so happened the article would then be extremely lengthy.
    But you can find triple exponential smoothing widely called the Holt-Winters Exponential Smoothing on our website also. This method is very much adaptable for data with seasonal patterns.
    Thanks Again.

  23. Hello Siam A,
    In the first place, thanks for your this kind of support. This is what motivates us to move forward.
    Now, let’s get back to your problem. Here, I’ve created a dataset from the information you provided in the comment. Get a look at the dataset first.

    Dataset

    Then, in cell F5, we’ll fetch the minimum value of A. As the dataset is small enough, we can see that the min value of A is 180. Let’s see if we get the same value with our formula.
    Firstly, select cell F5 and write down the following formula into the cell.
    =IF(B5:B13="A",C5:C13)

    Entering IF Function

    Then, press ENTER.

    Result Array

    Here, we got an array in Column F. If the corresponding cell in Column B holds A, then in the cell in Column F, we get the consecutive value of A. Otherwise, it returns FALSE.
    After that, apply the MIN function with the formula to find the minimum value from the array.
    So, again, go to cell F5 and edit the formula. Now, it’ll look like the one below.
    =MIN(IF(B5:B13="A",C5:C13))

    Entering MIN Function

    Thus, press ENTER.

    Min Value of A

    Finally, we’ve got the min value of A.
    Similarly, we can obtain the min value of B. Just, select cell F6 and paste the following formula.
    =MIN(IF(B5:B13="B",C5:C13))
    Then, press the ENTER key.

    Min Value of B

    Corresponding, get the minimum of value of C. Just write down C inside the double quote marks of the formula.
    Note: The problem with VLOOKUP is that it always get the first value for the lookup value. For example, using the VLOOKUP function to get the minimum value of B, you’ll always receive 360. Because, after retrieving the value 360 it doesn’t go down further. But the correct result should be 160.
    You can download the practice workbook for better understanding.
    Hope you will find the solution helpful. Don’t forget to subscribe to our website Exceldemy: One-stop Excel sotuion provider…

  24. If your workbook is shared, anyone who has Write privileges can clear the read-only status.

  25. Follow Method 1. Paste Link Option. Just make a little bit of change. Select Paste Specials > Other Paste Options > Linked Picture.

  26. In this situation, you can use an easy alternative. Try using:
    =COUNTA(UNIQUE(date range))
    The above formula can easily count the unique date values.

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