Do you have a Publisher? Then Yes. There is a trigger type called "Weekly" for this.
Without a Publisher, you may want to try Windows Scheduler sending a trigger to the distribution service on a timed basis. Configure your task trigger as "On an External Event" and download QMSEDX.exe here QMSEDX Enhanced, the command line tool to send external triggers to QlikView services.
You can of course, outside QVS u can do it with with a .bat file, the bat thing of doing it like this, it´s that u woný be able to see any logs about that one, I mean if it fails, u won´t be able to see it.
I would suggest u to get Publisher in order to get full information about your tasks.
You can schedule task using windows task schedular , create batch file which can be run through win. schedular
Please pfa screen short for the same.