Week Ending Formula

This formula is helpful in doing a Timesheet form where you will need to generate the week ending date of the week data is entered. It is a fairly easy formula, but may same someone else the time in doing it. The example is for the week ending date of Friday. In the example, if it is Saturday, the week ending date is the next Friday. Hope this is useful.
@If(@Weekday(@Today)=7;@Date(@Adjust(@Date(@Today);0;0;6;0;0;0));
@If(@Weekday(@Today)=5;@Date(@Adjust(@Date(@Today);0;0;1;0;0;0));
@If(@Weekday(@Today)=4;@Date(@Adjust(@Date(@Today);0;0;2;0;0;0));
@If(@Weekday(@Today)=3;@Date(@Adjust(@Date(@Today);0;0;3;0;0;0));
@If(@Weekday(@Today)=2;@Date(@Adjust(@Date(@Today);0;0;4;0;0;0));
@If(@Weekday(@Today)=1;@Date(@Adjust(@Date(@Today);0;0;5;0;0;0))
;@Today))))))
This was last published in February 2001

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