# Count How Many Fridays Between Two Dates

You may need to count the occurrences of a specific weekday between two dates in Excel. For example, how many Fridays between now and a specific date.

There is no real standalone function in Excel to do this, but it can be done. This could be a useful formula to find how many payments, or how many meetings until an end date.

## How Many Fridays Until a Specific Date – Excel Formula

The formula below calculates the number of Fridays between the date in cell A2 and the date in cell B2. The formula is explained below.

`=B2-A2-NETWORKDAYS.INTL(A2,B2,16)+1`

# Create a Rolling Chart for Last 6 Months

When creating reports in Excel, a common requirement is to report on a rolling basis. For example, this could mean the last 12 months, the last 6 weeks or the last 7 days.

Whatever the timeframe being reported, this can mean a lot of time editing chart sources and formulas to show the right data.

This blog post looks at creating a dynamic rolling chart to show the last 6 months of data, so when new data is added to the table, the chart automatically updates to report the last 6 rows (months).

# Excel Formula to Display the Sheet Name in a Cell

This blog post looks at using an Excel formula to display the sheet name in a cell. By finding the sheet name using an Excel formula, it ensures that if the sheet name is changed, the formula returns the new sheet name.

For the formula we will be using the CELL, MID and FIND functions. Let’s begin by looking at the CELL function.

The CELL function is a fantastic, and relatively unknown, function in Excel. Its purpose is to return information about a cell such as its column, cell colour, whether it is in a protected state or the filename. Continue reading