RandBetween – Generate Random Dates in Excel 2016

Generate Random Dates in Excel 2016

Did you ever struggle with Excel on how to generate Random numbers in Excel, or how to generate random dates in Excel? well, you have a treat here. In this video tutorial, you will learn how to make use of the randomBetween function to produce Random numbers. You will also see the usage of a date function to produce dates using three separate values and combine them.

You will also see a demonstration on how to use a randomBetween function to produce random dates between two specified dates.

Date function was designed to take up three values and combine them to form a date, you will be learning that in this video. You will also see a demonstration on how to use the date function and randomBetween function in a nested layout to produce random dates.

Applies to

Excel 2007, Excel 2010, Excel 2013, Excel 2016, Office 365 and above

In this video, you will also see a brief demonstration of how to make an absolute reference in Excel. Since this video is using the nested layout of functions, it is highly recommended for you to watch a nested functions demonstration before you watch this video. You should be able to find the video at this link: http://bit.ly/2yuJtJH

By the end of this video, you should be able to perform quick actions to generate Random numbers, random dates and also produce date based on separate values.

Click on the following button to download the file used in the demo to practice along with us.

In case you get stuck, write your questions below in the comments section and I will be happy to help you.

Excel Learning Series – TOC

  1. Excel 2016 – Basics – Find Sum, Average, Min and Max
  2. Excel 2016 Difference Between Formulas and Functions
  3. Excel 2016 Copy Formulas or Functions
  4. Microsoft Excel Auto Fill
  5. Excel 2016 Manage Views using Freeze Panes
  6. Microsoft Excel – Saving Workbooks
  7. Excel Upper and Lower Text Functions
  8. Excel 2016 – Text Function – Proper
  9. Excel Text Functions – Trim Function
  10. Excel – Text Function Left Function
  11. Excel Text Function – Right Function
  12. Excel Text Functions – MID Function
  13. Excel Concatenate Text Function
  14. Excel Nested Functions
  15. Excel Search Function
  16. Excel – Calculate Age using Date Function Today
  17. Calculate Tenure in Excel with Days Function
  18. Autofill Dates in Excel
  19. Formatting Dates in Excel
  20. Excel Date Format Shortcut
  21. Calculating Sum of Time in Excel
  22. Calculate Expiry Date in Excel 2016 – EDATE
  23. Find Age or Tenure using DATEDIF in Excel 2016
  24. RandBetween – Generate Random Dates in Excel 2016
  25. Excel Weekday Function
  26. Excel WeekNum and ISOWeekNum Functions
  27. Excel Networkdays and Excel Networkdays.INTL
  28. Excel Workday and Workdays INTL Functions
  30. Calculate Time Difference in Excel
  31. Calculate Quarter in Excel
  32. Rounding Day, Hour and Minutes in Excel
  33. Excel Pay Rate and Downtime Cost Calculation
  34. Excel Logical Functions IF, AND, OR
  35. Calculate Bonus in Excel Using IF Function
  36. Excel Learning – SumIF and SumIFS
  37. How to use Excel Count Functions
  38. How to use VLOOKUP in Excel
  39. How to vLookup in a different workbook in Excel
  40. VLookup for Multiple Sheets with Example
  41. Excel Custom Quarters
  42. Vlookup Return Custom Value

I hope that you’re enjoying learning Excel through this Excel learning series with Syed. I request you to share these videos with anyone who desires to learn Excel from scratch.

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About Syed Hussaini

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