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Determining the first day of the week after a date
Other holidays are defi ned in terms of a particular occurrence of a particular weekday in a
particular month. For example, Labor Day falls on the fi rst Monday in September.
Figure 16.4 shows a workbook with formulas that calculate the date for 11 U.S. holidays.
The formulas, which reference the year in cell A1, are listed in the sections that follow.
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FIGURE 16.4
Using formulas to determine the date for various holidays
New Year’s Day
This holiday always falls on January 1:
=DATE(A1,1,1)
Martin Luther King, Jr., Day
This formula calculates Martin Luther King, Jr., Day for the year in cell A1:
=DATE(A1,1,1)+IF(2<WEEKDAY(DATE(A1,1,1)),7-WEEKDAY(DATE(A1,1,1))+2,
2-WEEKDAY(DATE(A1,1,1)))+((3-1)*7)
Presidents’ Day
Presidents’ Day occurs on the third Monday in February. This formula calculates Presidents’
Day for the year in cell A1:
=DATE(A1,2,1)+IF(2<WEEKDAY(DATE(A1,2,1)),7-WEEKDAY(DATE(A1,2,1))+2,
2-WEEKDAY(DATE(A1,2,1)))+((3-1)*7)
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