# Week End date on Every Saturday

#### Ashurk77

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Posted on: Week End date on Every Saturday

I want to generate Week End Date according to ISO Standards for all 52/53 weeks.

My week end's on Saturday
I tried this two formulas.

=DATE(B1,1,1)+7-WEEKDAY(DATE(B1,1,1))
&
=DATE(P2,1,1+((1-(5>=WEEKDAY(DATE(P2,1,1))))*7)+(5-WEEKDAY(DATE(P2,1,1))))+2

Where B2 is passing Year only.

But it is not handling Year with 53 weeks.
I want formula which will generate 52 or 53 week according to year.
(Should generate 52 only where there in 52 week and 53 where there is 53 Weeks)

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