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    Nice Job. I could not create something like that in a Month of Sundays , however I would point out that Xmas day is a Friday this year.?

    Would this be the start day parameter that needs setting.?
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    Not sure what you mean. 12/25/20 is a friday on the calendar. Did you get an error?
    There are no parameters to set.

    I should have probably indicated that you double click a date to input or edit an entry.

    I just edited the original post to include that.
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    Might it be as I am in the UK with dd/mm/yyyy format then?

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    For those who want to learn by my mistakes I originally used vbUseSystem for the day of week argument in the weekday function.

    Code:
    FirstDateOnGrid = FirstDate - Weekday(FirstDate, vbUseSystem) + 1
    Since I'm in the U.S. it worked fine for me but gasman is in U.K. with a different system date format.

    I've updated the original file I posted with a 1 for Sunday as the first day of week argument in the function.

    Code:
    FirstDateOnGrid = FirstDate - Weekday(FirstDate, 1) + 1
    Gasmans' modification used a constant to correct the UK system date to US format.
    Without seeing that it would have taken me a lot longer to spot my simple mistake.

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