# Including networkdays in a formula

#### rhk001

##### New Member
Hi Guys,

I have a formula I use to spread a \$ value [L3] between 2 specified dates [H3 & I3]
The problem is the spread should only be for working days and not weekends.

My thoughts are that my formula should include =networkdays but I cannot work out how to include it, could someone help me out or let me know if I am barking up the wrongtree and should be using something else to achive the result.

=IF(AND(N\$2>=\$H3,N\$2<=\$I3),\$L3,"0")

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#### rhk001

##### New Member
All sorted all it needed was *

=IF(NETWORKDAYS(M\$2,M\$2)*AND(M\$2>=\$G3,M\$2<=\$H3),\$K3,"0")

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