How to calculate "End Date" with the input of Start Date & No. of days

theambarish

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Hi Gurus,

Formula to calculate "End Date" with the input of Start Date & No. of days?
Note - only week days are to be considered.
For example

Start Date No of Days End Date Notes
A B C

#1 27/3/2009 4 ??? Ignore weekends
Ignore holiday of 28/3/2009
 

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I think that Networkdays, calculates the number of days between 2 dates, which isnt what the OP was after
 
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I think that Networkdays, calculates the number of days between 2 dates, which isnt what the OP was after

holy crap I just figured out what that is

I've always read that as
network days
and i've never understood why the function has that name

but I read this thread and it just clicked
net workdays
duh !
 
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