EOMONTH function in Excel

Excel Date and Time Functions return a dynamic date or time in a cell.

How to calculate workdays per month in Excel

To calculate workdays per month, use the EOMONTH function together with the NETWORKDAYS function. Formula =NETWORKDAYS(date,EOMONTH(date,0),holidays) Explanation In the example shown, the formula in C4 is: =NETWORKDAYS(B4,EOMONTH(B4,0),holidays) Where “holidays” is the named range E3:E13. How this formula works First, it’s important to understand that the values in the Month column (B) are actual dates, formatted with the… read more »

How to calculate working days left in month in Excel

To calculate the number of workdays remaining in a month, you can use the NETWORKDAYS function. NETWORKDAYS automatically excludes weekends, and it can optionally exclude a custom list of holidays as well. Formula =NETWORKDAYS(date,EOMONTH(date,0),holidays) Explanation In the example shown, the formula in C5 is: =NETWORKDAYS(B5,EOMONTH(B5,0),E5:E14) Were B5 contains a current date, and the range E5:E14 contains… read more »

Count dates in current month in Excel

This tutorial shows how to Count dates in current month in Excel using example below. To count dates in the current month, you can use a formula based on the COUNTIFS or SUMPRODUCT function as explained below. Formula =COUNTIFS(range,”>=”&EOMONTH(TODAY(),-1)+1,range,”<“&EOMONTH(TODAY(),0)+1) Explanation In the example shown above, the formula in E7 is: =COUNTIFS(dates,”>=”&EOMONTH(TODAY(),-1)+1,dates,”<“&EOMONTH(TODAY(),0)+1) Where “dates” is the named… read more »

Display Days in month in Excel

This tutorial shows how to Display Days in month in Excel using example below. To get the number of days in a given month from a date, you can use a formula based on the EOMONTH and DAY functions. Formula =DAY(EOMONTH(date,0)) Explanation In the example shown, the formula in cell B5 is: =DAY(EOMONTH(B5,0)) How this… read more »

Steps to create Dynamic calendar grid in Excel

This tutorial show how to  create Dynamic calendar grid in Excel using the example below. You can set up dynamic calendar grid on an Excel worksheet with a series of formulas, as explained in this article. Explanation of how this formula works In the example shown, the formula in B6 is: =start-CHOOSE(WEEKDAY(start),0,1,2,3,4,5,6) where “start” is the named… read more »

Get first day of month in Excel

This tutorial shows how to get first day of month in Excel using the example below. To get the first day of the month for a given date, you can use a simple formula based on the DAY function. Formula =date-DAY(date)+1 In the example shown, the formula in cell C5 is: =B5-DAY(B5)+1 Explanation   The… read more »

Get first day of previous month in Excel

To get the first day of the previous month for a given date, you can use a simple formula based on the EOMONTH function. Formula =EOMONTH(date,-2)+1 Explanation In the example shown, the formula in cell B5 is: =EOMONTH(B5,-2)+1 In the example shown, months is supplied as -2, which causes EOMONTH to return 4/30/2015. Then, 1… read more »

Get last day of month in Excel

If you want to calculate the last day of a month based on a given date, then this tutorials is for you. The example below shows two different ways to achieve this. First, use the EOMONTH function. Formula =EOMONTH(date,0) Explanation In the example shown, the formula in cell B5 is: =EOMONTH(B5,0) The 2nd argument (months)… read more »

Get last weekday in month in Excel

This tutorial shows you how to find the last weekday of the month in Excel. To get the last weekday in a month (i.e. the last Saturday, the last Friday, the last Monday, etc) you can use a formula based on the EOMONTH and WEEKDAY functions. Formula =EOMONTH(date,0)+1-WEEKDAY(EOMONTH(date,0)+1-dow) Explanation First, this formula determines the first… read more »

Calculate expiration date in Excel

If you need to calculate an expiration in the future, you can use a variety of formulas. See example below; Formula =A1+30 // 30 days Explanation In the example shown, the formulas used in column D are: =B5+30 // 30 days =B5+90 // 90 days =EOMONTH(B7,0) // end of month =EDATE(B8,1) // next month =EOMONTH(B7,0)+1… read more »

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