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Excel Formula: Create Weekly Date Range

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Here is a given date, and you may want to create the weekly date as above screenshot shown based on the given date. In this tutorial, it provides a formula to quickly get the weekly date range in Excel.

If you want to follow along with this tutorial, please download the example spreadsheet.
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Generic formula:

TEXT(start_date, "date_format")&" - "&TEXT(start_date+ROWS($A$1:A1)*7, "date_format")

Syntaxt and Arguments

Start_date:the date that starts a week.
Date_format:a date format that you want to display in the weekly date range.

Return Value

This formula returns a text value.

How this formula works

In cell C3 is the date that you want to create the weekly date range starting from, please use below formula:

=TEXT(C2, "M/D/YYYY")&" - "&TEXT($C$2+ROWS($A$1:A1)*7, "M/D/YYYY")

Press Enter key to get the date range.
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Explanation

ROWS function: returns the number of row. Here ROWS($A$1:A1)*7 returns 1*7.

And the formula $C$2+ROWS($A$1:A1)*7 gets the end date of the week, 5/10/2020.

TEXT function: converts number to a text in a specific text format. Here it converts the date to the text format M/D/YYYY, and you can change the format as you need.

-: connects the start date and end date to get the date range.

Note:

If you want to get a series of weeks based on the given date, you can do as below:

In cell C6, type below formula to get the start date of the first week:

=C2
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In cell D6, type below formula to get the end date of the first week:

=$C$2+ROWS($A$1:A1)*7
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Then in cell E6, use below formula to create the date range of first week:

=TEXT(C6, "M/D/YYYY")&" - "&TEXT(D6, "M/D/YYYY")
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Now the first week date range has been created. If you want to create the next week date range.

Please use below formula in cell C7 to get the first date of the second week:

=D6+1
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Then select cell D6 and E6, drag auto fill handle down to cell E7 to fill the formulas, then the end date and the weekly date range of the second week have been created.
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If you want to create more weekly date ranges, select range C7:E7, then drag auto fill handle down to get the weeks.
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