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    Angry NETWORKDAYS with a row of Holidays

    Forgive me, I'm new to excel. I've been racking my brain for a few days now trying to figure out how to get this to work. I need to find out how many days each "Worker" has worked. I thought using NETWORKDAYS would be perfect, because of the start and end, excluding Holidays. But because I need a bunch of info for separate people. So here is my layout... How would I go about getting the Vacations Rows into the Exclusion portion? I've tried Match, LookUP,etc... any help would be greatly appreciated...
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    Re: NETWORKDAYS with a row of Holidays

    welcome to the forum, dsephn. maybe:
    =NETWORKDAYS(VLOOKUP(A18,$A$2:$B$13,2,0),VLOOKUP(A18,$A$2:$C$13,3,0),INDEX($D$2:$J$13,MATCH(A18,$A$2:$A$13,0),))

    i ranged up to Column J for your vacation. you can extend it if you wish to. in the simplest scenario where all names are aligned like the above, then of course it'll be:
    =NETWORKDAYS(B2,C2,D2:J2)

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    That's IT!!!! Thanks so much for the help! You saved my life! And thanks for the advice, I'll GO ADVANCED next time!

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    Re: NETWORKDAYS with a row of Holidays

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