Dating range formula
This cell reference changes as the formula is copied and pasted to the right.
Example, COLUMNS($A: A) is 1COLUMNS($A: B) is 2COLUMNS($A: C) is 3TEXT(DATE(2009, 1, 4) 0, "mm/dd/yy")becomes TEXT(39817 0, "mm/dd/yy")."M/DD/YY" is the specified number format.
Half your age plus seven rule states "never date anyone under half your age plus 7" also meaning that "no one under 14 years of age should date".
A common rule of thumb, at least on the internet, is that it’s okay to be interested in someone “half your age plus seven” years.
So, many people wonder, what is your age limit, to date that is...
Ofcourse at the end of the day, if you love that person, and if the sex is good, go for it no matter what anyone saids about anything.
This fun calculation tempts you to find your dating range from Half Your Age Plus 7 rule.
This Dating Age Range Calculator just a fun tool to predict your dating age.
Since dates are numbers in Excel you can use the same technique to build date ranges.To build date ranges that have the same range but dates change, follow these steps: If you need to build date ranges that have both the start and end date in the same cell you need to build a more complicated formula.The TEXT function lets you format dates out of numbers. The following formula returns date ranges that exists after the start date, the start date in this case is 1/4/2009, however you can easily change that.For example, by their 50’s the average male has a wife who is 10 years younger than him.The “half your age plus seven” rule of thumb probably helps you avoid being a creep, but is it accurate?