A friend of mine works in manufacturing and is constantly having to determine the future date (e.g. 22 , 36, or 69 days out) and can be tedious if looking at a calendar (especially if it goes across months.)
I wrote a simple AutoHotKey script which returns the date for a given projected calculating X days out. After saving the below as an AutoHotKey script, run it and an input box will come up asking how far you would like to project. After you enter a number it will send the date that day falls on to the active editor window. Now projecting x days out is a breeze!
Here is the AHK code:
InputBox, UserInput, Daysout, How many days out?, , 170, 125 if ErrorLevel Return else Date :="" Date +=UserInput, Days FormatTime, nDate, %Date%, MM/dd/yyyy SendInput, %nDate% ;sends date to where focus is Return