# Finding number of Mondays from a list of dates before today

#### JackieG63

##### New Member
Hello, I am trying to find a formula to show me how many Mondays, Tuesdays etc in a list of dates but only counting the ones on or before today.
I came up with this, but it doesn't work.

=SUMPRODUCT(--(WEEKDAY(A24:A369)=2),"<="&\$D\$1)

A24:A369 is the list of dates and D1 is =TODAY()

Jackie

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#### gaz_chops

##### Well-known Member
Try

=SUMPRODUCT((WEEKDAY(A24:A369)=2)*(A24:A369<=\$D\$1))

#### JackieG63

##### New Member
Fantastic, thank you so much

#### gaz_chops

##### Well-known Member
You're welcome, you where close

#### JackieG63

##### New Member
I'm learning, just slowly

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