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I have a year planner in excel in which first row consist of month jan,feb.... and in the second row days are there like 1, 2,3..... and on the very first column name of employees is there so my task is to highlight weekend in the year planner for every employee

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There is always multiple solutions, but here is one...

Add a row (that can be hidden later if you want) where you have the full date (01/01/09). For this example it will be row "C." Then use Conditional Formatting with the function:

=weekday(C$2,2)>5.

See if this helps.

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  • onealchris Jan 05, 2009

    There is always multiple solutions, but here is one...



    Add a row (that can be hidden later if you want) where you have the full date (01/01/09). For this example it will be row "C." Then use Conditional Formatting with the function:



    =weekday(C$2,2)>5.



    See if this helps.

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