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How to set Monday as start day of the week in Google Sheets date picker?

I have changed the locale, changed start day of the week in Google Calendar and can't find a way to solve this.

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  1. Click File > Spreadsheet settings

Spreadsheet settings

  1. Select United Kingdom or other locale which start week on Monday

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  1. You're all set

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  • Not a good answer for me. Unless you know of a country where both Monday is the first day of the week and they use the dollar sign ($) for their currency. Kind of weird that Google linked all that into "location" – Malcolm Anderson Dec 9 '19 at 3:27
  • Not good for me either. English (UK) is not available to choose from. – J. Doe Feb 23 at 9:07
  • I'm trying to get the opposite effect (Sunday for start of the week) and I've got my local set to the United States but I still get a calendar starting weeks on Monday. – Bdoserror Feb 28 at 8:37
  • It has nothing to do with anything related to a specific spreadsheet, because I viewed the same cell in the same spreadsheet from different accounts and the start of the week was different between them. – Tharkon Apr 7 at 10:43
  • It turns out that the link in the above answer (myaccount.google.com/language) is not actually spreadsheet related even though it is in Spreadsheet Settings. I can also add that it does not affect the date and currency notations in the spreadsheets because those are spreadsheet related. I can confirm that both English (United Kingdom) and English (Netherlands) result in Monday going back to its proper position on the left. – Tharkon Apr 7 at 10:54
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WEEKNUM(date, [type])

date - The date for which to determine the week number. Must be a reference to a cell containing a date, a function returning a date type, or a number. type - [ OPTIONAL - default is 1 ] - A number representing the day that a week starts on as well as the system used for determining the first week of the year (1=Sunday, 2=Monday).

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  • Welcome and sorry. Your answer has nothing to do with the question asked. :( – marikamitsos Feb 23 at 23:24

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