# Employee Calendar

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Does anyone have a suggestion on how i start to create something like this in Smartsheet.

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I hope you're well and safe!

What do SB, WC, NP, and so on mean?

I hope that helps!

Have a fantastic weekend & Happy Holidays!

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Andrée Starå | Workflow Consultant / CEO @ WORK BOLD

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These are abbreviations SB - Stoneybrooke, WC - Woodland Creek ......

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I created something like your calendar with Smartsheet.😅

The calendar is a monthly calendar.

It uses the Sheet Summary fields to input Year and Month. With these, the calendar calculates the week number (Sunday=1, Monday=2, ... Saturday=7) of the first day of the month and populates day numbers on the calendar. (As the image shows, February 1st, 2024 is Thursday, with Weekday Number 5.)

The formula to populate 1 to 4 weeks is as follows: (You can see the pattern.)

• Sun: =IF([Week # of 1st day]# <= 1 + (\$W@row - 1) * 7, (\$W@row - 1) * 7 + 1 - [Week # of 1st day]# + 1, "")
• Mon: =IF([Week # of 1st day]# <= 2 + (\$W@row - 1) * 7, (\$W@row - 1) * 7 + 2 - [Week # of 1st day]# + 1, "")
• Sat: =IF([Week # of 1st day]# <= 7 + (\$W@row - 1) * 7, (\$W@row - 1) * 7 + 7 - [Week # of 1st day]# + 1, "")

As for the 5th week of the month, we use different formulas to hide days 32, 33, etc., or 29, 30, and 31 on certain months.

• Sun: =IF([Week # of 1st day]# <= 1 + (\$W@row - 1) * 7, IF((\$W@row - 1) * 7 + 1 - [Week # of 1st day]# + 1 > [Last Day of the Month]#, "", (\$W@row - 1) * 7 + 1 - [Week # of 1st day]# + 1), "")

The first row of the calendar shows the Month in English at the center and Today's Date at the right-hand corner.

Conditional formatting will be applied to "HOLIDAY" and "Closed" values. (I still need to complete all the formatting settings.)

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Thank you very much. I will email you now.

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I am getting - 2 for each of my days. Thoughts?

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Sorry Wrong Cell. This produces -2

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NVMD I figured it out. Thanks again