Get the month number from the date using the MONTH function in Excel.
Consider the following scenario: The formula =MONTH(A2) yields the month of a date in cell A2. =MONTH(DATE(2015,4,15)) produces the number 4 for April.
There aren't any breaks in between. The weekend, on the other hand, occurs on Friday and Saturday. As a result, the formula to utilise is =NETWORKDAYS. INTL(A2,B2,7).
The ISOWEEKNUM function returns an ISO-compliant week number. Following ISO 8601, weeks start on Monday and the week number 1 is assigned to the first week of a year that includes a Thursday.
This is the simplest and most obvious way to convert a date to a month in Excel. Consider the following scenario: The formula =MONTH(A2) yields the month of a date in cell A2. =MONTH(DATE(2015,4,15)) produces the number 4 for April.
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