Workdays function (including Sat 6 days/week)

hemantkshirsagar

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Dear All,

I have a unique problem, I want a function like the "WORKDAY". But in that function the saturday is also used as the "Holiday" (Counted on 5 days/week) I need the Sat to be excluded from list of holidays (Counted on 6 Days/Weeks).

I went thru the entire formulae given in excel. Then i Thought That suppose i put the dates of all sundays and holidays in a column and put a formula that says to conduct the addition/substraction of days but avoiding the days which are present in the list given in the column.

If the above is successful, the Planning of Project can be very easy.

Can this be possible?:confused:

Thanking you in advance!

Hemant Kshirsagar
 

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