I am assuming your dates are in column "A", and the data in columns B
and next. You can easily do this with conditional formatting:
1) Select your dates and data
2) From the Format menu > Conditional
3) On the Conditional Formatting panel, in the first drop-down, select
4) Enter the formula: WEEKDAY(INDIRECT(ADDRESS(ROW(),1)),2)=7
5) Select a style to apply. I would say "Accent 3" is the one you are
looking for, but you can create your own and select it there
6) Hit OK. Your Sundays should now be shown in Accent 3 (bold with grey
What the formula does:
WEEKDAY(date,2): returns the day of week, with Sunday being day 7
ADDRESS(ROW(),1): Dynamically creates the cell address of your date; if
you are on the second row, this formula returns A2
INDIRECT(): Returns the content of; so INDIRECT(ADDRESS(ROW(),1)) on
row 2 returns the content of A2 (a date since your dates are in column
If you want to upload a file, you can go directly on the
nabble.documentfoundation.org page. I believe you can upload a file
with your message from there. You can also send it to me directly if
you're stuck and I'll give you a hand.
I hope this helps.
Le mercredi 18 novembre 2020 à 18:40 -0500, . a écrit :
record the weather for each day of the year....it's a hobby.
would be simplest if Calc could format each Sunday in bold
font and a gray background. With many Sundays in a year it
takes too long to manually change each year's Sundays.
sample Calc sheet I use but don't know where I can upload it
so you can take a look at it.
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