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How to add a Saturday date with VBA?

Posted on 2013-11-21
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I need a code to place this week's Saturday's date in cell T2.
No matter what day I run the code I need to place this week's Saturday's date.
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Jimi
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This code should give you what you're looking for:
Sub InsertSaturday()
  ActiveSheet.Range("T2") = Date + (7 - Weekday(Date))
End Sub

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