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# How do I automatically calculate a series of dates 7 weeks from the starting date?

Posted on 2011-03-12
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Cell A1 has 1/1/2011.  I want cell A2 to be seven weeks from  cell A1, cell A3 to be seven weeks from cell A2, etc.
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Brad Sims, CCNA earned 1760 total points
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The simplest way is just to add 49 (the number of days) to the value in A1.

=SUM(A1+49)

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mawni earned 80 total points
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I agree with JOHN, there are much functions to do this, but the simplest way is just adding 47
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ashishgamre11 earned 80 total points
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Yes, you can write
=SUM(A1+49)
in cell A2.

You can drag the formula to A3,A4,.. and onwards.

or write
=SUM(A2+49)
in cell A3

=SUM(A3+49)
in cell A4 .. and onwards
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barry houdini earned 80 total points
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SUM function is unnecessary here, all you need is this formula in A2 copied down

=A1+49

regards, barry
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