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Stored as date format, cut at comma

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If you go to Sales in that attached ss, you will see the cell i have highlighted yellow, can someone make that cut Monday out of col a, but for consistency down the range, cut just before comma, also i belive that the col a is stored as date, causing it to return digits

Many thanks
The-Howl-Sales-Kat.xlsx
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=TEXT(A2,"dddd")
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Here is the formula =CHOOSE(WEEKDAY(A2),"Sunday","Monday","Tuesday","Wednesday","Thursday","Friday","Saturday")
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Thanks!
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Hi, what was wrong with my formula?
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