Dates with Business Days.

saba123

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I want to be able to enter a date, and then have a separate column that formulates a new date which is three business days subsequent to to the original date. Is that possible?
 

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Hi saba123
Welcome to the board

You may use

=Workday(A1,3)

You can also use an optional third parameter that defines the holidays in you country.

If the function is not available, enable the Analysis ToolPak in Tools>Add-ins

Hope this helps
PGC
 
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