## How to get month from week number and year in Excel?

If you have two columns in Excel, one contains year numbers, the other contains week numbers, just shown as below, how can you get the months directly from them in the next column?

Get month from week number and year in Excel

#### Get month from week number and year in Excel

In Excel, there are both formulas can get month from given week number and year.

Click the cell that you want to get month and type this formula =CHOOSE(MONTH(DATE(A2,1,B2*7-2)-WEEKDAY(DATE(B2,1,3))),"January", "February", "March", "April", "May", "June", "July", "August", "September", "October", "November", "December") into it, then press Enter key to get the result, and then drag auto fill to fill the cells needed this formula. Now, you will get the month.

If you just need to get the month as Arabic number, you can use this formula =MONTH(DATE(A2,1,B2*7-2)-WEEKDAY(DATE(B2,1,3))).

Tip: In the above formulas, A2 indicates the year cell, B2 is the week number cell.

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Hi,

What formula is there to covert weekly (begining of the week) sales data by Sku # in to monthly data by Sku #
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=MONTH(DATE(A2,1,B2*7-2)-WEEKDAY(DATE(A2,1,3))) - small correction - it would be A2 instead of B2 for the 2nd Date function
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=MONTH(DATE(A2,1,B2*7-2)-WEEKDAY(DATE(A2,1,3))) - small correction, it would be A2 and not B2
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1st use:Start Date of the week Monday =MAX(DATE(A2,1,1),DATE(A2,1,1)-WEEKDAY(DATE(A2,1,1),2)+(B2-1)*7+1)
Start Date of the week Sunday =MAX(DATE(A2,1,1),DATE(A2,1,1)-WEEKDAY(DATE(A2,1,1),2)+(B2-1)*7)
2nd use in new column:
Month
=TEXT(C2,"mmm")
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Hi,

Does anyone know how to get WW-YYYY?

Thanks
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=Concatenate(TEXT(DateCell,"YYYY"),"-",TEXT(ISOWEEKNUM(Datecell,"00")))

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Hello Wrong result

" =MONTH(DATE(A2,1,B2*7-2)-WEEKDAY(DATE(B2,1,3)))." ????????????????

a2 = 2018 b2=1 month = 12 ??????????
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=MONTH(DATE(A2,1,B2*7-2)-WEEKDAY(DATE(A2,1,3)))
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Works Great!

=MES(FECHA(B3,1,C3*7-2)-DIASEM((FECHA(C3,1,3))))

B3=2015
C3=1
MES=12
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very useful. Thanks!
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