`' Return the date of the Monday for a specified week..' This function can be tweaked to return any weekday. I use it in Access to' subdivide reports into weekly units, since Access displays only a number ' between 1 and 53 for the week when you group dates by week.'' Note: the Monday function requires the presence of the IsLeapYear function,' as well as the two arguments for the year and the week. Public Function Monday(intYear As Integer, intWeek As Integer) As Date Static intMonday(53) As Date Dim i As Long, x As Integer Dim datDayNum As Date Dim intNumDays As Integer If IsLeapYear(intYear) Then intNumDays = 365 Else intNumDays = 364 End If datDayNum = DateSerial(intYear, 1, 1) If WeekDay(datDayNum) >= 3 And WeekDay(datDayNum) <= 6 Then For i = datDayNum - 7 To datDayNum + intNumDays If WeekDay(i) = 2 Then x = x + 1 intMonday(x) = CDate(i) End If Next Else For i = datDayNum To datDayNum + intNumDays If WeekDay(i) = 2 Then x = x + 1 intMonday(x) = CDate(i) End If Next End If ' And finally: Monday = intMonday(intWeek)End Function' This relatively simple function should work fine for any year between 100 and ' 9999, using the Gregorian calendar.' As you can see, it tests the year for whether it is a multiple of 4, 100,' or 400, using the Mod operator. It does not allow for years that VB can't ' handle.Public Function IsLeapYear(intYear As Integer) As Boolean ' Multiples of 100 that are not also multiples of 400 are not leap years; ' thus, 1900 was not, but 2000 was. If intYear < 100 Or intYear > 9999 Then MsgBox "The year provided must be between 100 and 9999, inclusive." Exit Function End If If intYear Mod 400 = 0 Then IsLeapYear = True ElseIf intYear Mod 100 = 0 Then IsLeapYear = False ElseIf intYear Mod 4 = 0 Then IsLeapYear = True Else IsLeapYear = False End IfEnd Function`

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