Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Create lists of all 2nd Tuesdays, last Tuesdays. and other date series, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Instructor] When you're trying to create a series…of dates in Excel, sometimes the process…is simple and straightforward.…On this particular worksheet, I've got a calendar displayed…over in columns A through H.…That's not a prerequisite for what we're about to do,…but it's handy to have a calendar nearby,…either on the screen or certainly on paper nearby.…I simply want to create, starting here, a series that shows…all the Tuesdays, beginning in 2017.…Now we could begin anywhere we want, but the first Tuesday…of 2017 is January 3rd.…
If we simply want a list here of every Tuesday,…I could write a formula here that adds seven to that…and copied down the column,…but even easier is to simply type in that second Tuesday.…That's the 10th.…Highlight both of these,…and that's a seven-day interval.…And drag down the column.…If we want to do the whole year, it's about 52 rows or so.…If we drag beyond it, it'll simply go into next year.…So those are all Tuesdays.…And if you've got a calendar nearby,…you can certainly verify that.…
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