List of ISO week numbers between 2 dates

willow1985

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Hello,

I need help with a formula that will give me a list of the ISO week numbers between 2 dates.

Customer Part Analysis Dashboard.xlsm
ABCD
1Todays date2021-03-18Week Number List
2Year Selected202153
3Input Date Range44197442271
42
53
64
Graph Data
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
B1B1=TODAY()


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Thank you to anyone who can help! :)

Note: The 2 dates are linked cells from a combo box so they come through in that format - as a value, but my other formulas compensate for the format so I need the Week number formula to be able to do the same.
 

willow1985

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Thank you for your help. I will wait to see if anyone has the answer to the new thread.

Thank you again for the ISOWEEKNUM formula, it is much appreciated.
 

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willow1985

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For anyone in the future reading this, I figured it out.

I made this line affect the linked cell:
VBA Code:
ActiveSheet.Date_End.Value = Format(ActiveSheet.Date_End.Value, "mmmm d,yyyy")

And this line affect seperate cells that referenced the linked cell:
Range("c3") = CDate(Me.Date_End)

It worked beautifully.
 

Fluff

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Glad you sorted it & thanks for the feedback.
 

willow1985

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Sometimes this line doesn't always work, not sure why but reselecting the date again seems to give it a kick. Something I will look into anyway.

VBA Code:
ActiveSheet.Date_End.Value = Format(ActiveSheet.Date_End.Value, "mmmm d,yyyy")

Thanks again for your help.
 

Fluff

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My pleasure.
 

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