The reverse of NETWORKDAYS?

diamondgeezer1974

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Hi Guys

Ok, we all know that NETWORKDAYS gives you the amount of working days between 2 dates (excluding holidays that are determined).

What I'm after is the reverse of this.

ie. I Have a StartDate, and I want to find out what the date will be if I add x amount of Networkdays.

Eg:

If the StartDate was the 13th April (Thursday before Good Friday), I would expect 13/04/2006 + 2 = 19th April (because the 14th to the 17th are either weekend or Bank Holidays).

Is there a way I can utilise Networkdays to do this for me?

Regards

DG
 

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rmtaylor

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Krishnakumar

I just logged on to your old reply.
just to pass on thanks for the assistance
your reply helped me out

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Robert
 

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