How to find the date of next Monday in Excel?

Supposing you have a column of random dates, now, you need to get the date of next Monday from these given dates. For example, I have a date 2015/2/6, and I want to get the next Monday’s date -- 2015/2/9. Are there any good methods to solve this problem in Excel?

Find the date of next Monday with formula


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To return the date of next Monday from the given date, the following formula may help you.

1. Enter this formula into a blank cell next to your date: =A2+(7-WEEKDAY(A2,2)+1), (A2 has the date that you want to get its next Monday’ date), see screenshot:

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2. Then drag the fill handle over to the range that you want to contain this formula, and the date of next Monday from the given date has been calculated. See screenshot:

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Related article:

How to find the date of previous Sunday in Excel?


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    Shraddha · 1 years ago
    how to apply it for next thursday?
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      Dom B · 1 years ago
      To change the day in the formula the Bold and underlined number is what requires changing. To change to Thursday, change '1' to '4'.
      =A2+(7-WEEKDAY(A2,2)+1)

      1 - Monday
      2 - Tuesday
      3 - Wednesday
      4 - Thursday
      5 - Friday
      6 - Saturday
      7 - Sunday

      This corresponds with Numbers 1 (Monday) through 7 (Sunday). This is dictated by the number '2' in the formula, changing this number will change the number required to display different days of the week.

      =A2+(7-WEEKDAY(A2,2)+1)

      Changing '2' will result in the following day changes for '1'

      1 or omitted - Numbers 1 (Sunday) through 7 (Saturday)

      2 - Numbers 1 (Monday) through 7 (Sunday)

      3 - Numbers 0 (Monday) through 6 (Sunday)

      11 - Numbers 1 (Monday) through 7 (Sunday)

      12 - Numbers 1 (Tuesday) through 7 (Monday)

      13 - Numbers 1 (Wednesday) through 7 (Tuesday)

      14 - Numbers 1 (Thursday) through 7 (Wednesday)

      15 - Numbers 1 (Friday) through 7 (Thursday)

      16 - Numbers 1 (Saturday) through 7 (Friday)

      17 - Numbers 1 (Sunday) through 7 (Saturday)
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      Mark · 1 years ago
      Change ",2" to ",5" (Monday is the 2nd day of the week and thus Thursday is the 5th day of the week).
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    Arnold · 1 years ago
    How to apply this formula for Saturday?
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    Steven · 1 years ago
    Nice and straight to the point. Thank you!