Lotus Formula for Excel?

staffie007

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Hey Guys,

I have a problem that I wonder if anyone can help me with...

The Lotus formuala @workday(@now,14) is able to calculate 14 working days from now and I need something like that for Excel.

Not number of working days between two dates.

The major problem for me is the fact that it has to be a formula and not VBA.

Can anyone help?
 

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staffie007

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Thanks... It works!

Sorry, I never realised I needed to add in that!

Will that work in Excel 2000?
 

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