## Quickly count numbers of weekends/weekdays/specific day of week between two dates in Excel

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For example, you need to figure out the weekdays excluding weekends in a date range for working schedule. Comparing to manually counting the weeks in calendar, Kutools for Excel’s Number of working days between two dates formula can help you quickly count the number of weekdays between two dates. Kutools for Excel also provides the Number of non-working days between two dates formula to count the numbers of weekends between two dates, and the Count the number of specific weekday formula to count the number of a certain weekday, says Monday, between two dates in Excel.

Quickly count numbers of weekends between two dates in Excel

Quickly count numbers of all weekdays between two dates in Excel

Quickly count numbers of specific weekday between two dates in Excel

#### Quickly count number of weekends between two dates in Excel

Supposing the start date is 2015/3/25, the end date is 2015/10/26, and you need to know how many weekends in this period. Please do as follows:

1. Please select a blank cell to use the formula, and click Kutools > Formula Helper > Formula Helper. See screenshot:

2. In the opening Formula Helper dialog box, please:

• In the Choose a formula box, find and select Number of non-working days between two dates;
Tips: You can check the Filter box, enter certain word into the text box to filter the formula quickly.
• Click the Browse button  in the Start Date box to select the start date cell;
• Click the Browse button  in the End Date box to select the end date cell.
• Click the OK button. See screenshot

Note: You can type the start date or end date directly such as “2015/3/25” and “2015/10/26” separately into the Start Date and End Date boxes.

And then you will see the number of all weekends between two dates has been counted. See screenshot:

Note: You can also directly enter the formula =INT((WEEKDAY(B1-1)-B1+B2)/7) + INT((WEEKDAY(B1-6)-B1+B2)/7) to count the weekends between two dates. (In the formula, B1 is the cell with start date, B2 is the cell with end date.) after installing Kutools for Excel.

#### Quickly count number of all weekdays between two dates in Excel

Kutools for Excel’s Number of working days between two dates formula will help you easily count the number of all weekdays (From Monday to Friday) in a date range in Excel. Please do as follows:

1. please select a blank cell to use the formula, and click Kutools > Formula Helper > Formula Helper.

2. In the opening Formulas Helper dialog box, please:

• In the Choose a formula box, find and select Number of working days between two dates;
Tips: You can check the Filter box, enter certain word into the text box to filter the formula quickly.
• Click the Browse button  in the Start Date box to select the start date cell;
• Click the Browse button  in the End Date box to select the end date cell.
• Click the OK button. See screenshot

Note: You can type the start date or end date directly such as “2015/3/25” and “2015/10/26” separately into the Start Date and End Date boxes..

And you will get the number of weekdays. See screenshot:

Note: You can directly enter the formula =B2-B1+1-(INT((WEEKDAY(B1-1)-B1+B2)/7) + INT((WEEKDAY(B1-6)-B1+B2)/7)) to count the weekdays between two dates. (In the formula, B1 is the cell with start date, and B2 is the cell with end date.)

#### Quickly count number of specific weekday between two dates in Excel

Sometimes, you may need to count the number of a certain weekday in a date range, says Sunday. Kutools for Excel’s Count the number of specific weekday formula can help you get it done easily. Please do as follows:

1. Please select a blank cell to use the formula, and click Kutools > Formula Helper > Formula Helper.

2. In the opening Formula Helper dialog box, please:

• In the Choose a formula box, find and select Count the number of specific weekday;
Tips: You can check the Filter box, enter certain word into the text box to filter the formula quickly.
• Click the Browse button  in the Start Date box to specify the start date cell;
• Click the Browse button  in the End Date box to specify the end date cell;
• Type one number between 1 and 7 to specify the certain weekday in the Weekday box.
• Click the OK button. See screenshot

Tips:

(1) You can type in the start date or end date directly as “2015/3/25”.

(2) 1 indicates Sunday, 2-6 means from Monday to Friday, and 7 means Saturday. In our case, we want to count the number of Sunday; therefore we type 1 into the Weekday box.

And then you will get the number of the specified weekday. See screenshot:

Notes:

1. You can directly enter the formula =INT((WEEKDAY(B1-1)-B1+B2)/7) into a blank cell to get the result.

2. If you like this Formula Helper, you can click the Share icon in the Formulas Helper dialog to share it with your friend via email or share to social medias such as Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and Weibo.

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