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=Not fully clear on what you want, but this is what I did in a little test.

Did this withmono font, but list might change things so they don't line up,
but sould be easy to figure out.

DateMonthDay60;WeekdayJulianweek of year01/01/1811=Monday1;1

The first date was in A15, and A16 was just A15+1Column B just had =month(A15) to get Month
Column C just had =day(A15) to get day
Column D to get day of Week
$J$1:$J$7 have Sunday thru Saturday
Column E to calculate the Julian Day of Year
Column F to get week of year

One could just use the text command andto make whatever combination 
one might want??

Did the dates all the way to 12/31,

On 11 Jul 2018 at 19:30, Carl Winerich wrote:

Subject:;[libreoffice-users] date, day number, week 
number in one cell
Date sent:60;Wed, 11 Jul 2018 19:30:41 -0400

p { margin-bottom: 0.1in; line-height: 120%; }p.western { font-family:Ubuntu; }p.cjk { font-size: 
10pt; }a:link {}
0; back to the same old question;

0; a
0; calendar, how can I put the days date (number only) and week
0; number and day-number-of-the-year in one cell?Particularly in
0; cell A5, B5...etc which are all cells that contain only the day</font>
0; number of the month.

0; a link to the Calc calendar template Im trying to use-

0; template is very useful and I dont want to interfere or mess up</span>
0; the calendar creation- which it does perfectly.

0; you,


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