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4 Week Microsoft Excell Spreadsheet Calendar Template

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Richard_James
Occasional Contributor

I am using Microsoft Excell on a Mac computer. I have created the attached 4 Week Microsoft Excell Spreadsheet Calendar Template, which includes calendar dates. I use the calendar repetitively. I am looking for a way to place in cell C1 the date for any particular Sunday, and have all cells with dates, update automatically. Can anyone help me with that? Thanks!

 

Richard

5 Replies

@Richard_James 

For next date, e.g. for F1, you may use

=C1+1

Date of week (D1)

=F1

and apply dddd format.

For next week (C12) it's =C1+7

 

@Sergei Baklan 

 

There's 31 days in a month, or 28 days in a month. How will the above formula return an accurate date month to month, year to year?

 

Thanks,

Richard

@Richard_James 

It could be like

=IF( MONTH(C1+1)=MONTH(C1), C1+1, "")

 

@Richard_James 

 

Because it's a date format. Right?

Thanks again!!

@Richard_James 

Not sure I catch. Format is separate, for the dates you have "dd-mmm" and for the days of week "dddd".

If you put same date in these cells, it'll be like "21-Nov" and "Tuesday" accordingly.

 

With formula you take previous date (e.g. in C1), check if next to it date is in the same month, if so return it, otherwise empty string.

 

Please check in attached file, I did that for the cells D1 and F1.

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