Formula Needed- Return date from week number

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Hi All,

I am in need of a formula that will return the date from a specific week number.

We work off a unique week number calendar. Because of this, I haven't been successful using the week number formula.

I hope to use 5.1.22 as week zero/launch date and have this date specified in my sheet summary. I also have a completed column that has my anticipated week number for each deliverable.

What I would like to do is return use these two factors to populate and return a date for my delivery date column.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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  • Bassam Khalil
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    Hi @ABice 

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  • ABice Norton
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    Thank you for the help.


    As mentioned, I have the anticipated week number to deliver and the announce date and hope with this info to be able to create a formula to populate the anticipated delivery date as opposed to manually entering each date.


    Any help is greatly appreciated.

  • David Joyeuse
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    Hi @ABice Norton

    If I got you right, the anticipated Week Number is relative to the anticipated delviery date of the announce date, which is 05/01/22.

    If you want to convert a weeknumber into a date, the basic formula is this one:

    DATE(YEAR(TODAY()-1; 12, 30) + (Weelnumber -1)*7.

    So in your case I would use this one:

    =DATE(2022,01,05) + (([Anticipated Week # to Deliver]@row -1)* 7)

    That should do it.

    Hope it helped!

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