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Difference in days including weekends but excluding Holiday Range

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    Difference in days including weekends but excluding Holiday Range

    Hello,

    I have scoured all over but am unable to get a reasonable solution. Hpw do I find the number of days between two dates including weekends but excluding a range of holidays.

    Networkingdays works but I have to get rid of the weekends in it which I dont want to. I would appreciate a simple non VBA solution as I am not very coding savvy.

    Thanks for reading!!

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    If you have start date in A2 and end date in B2, with holiday dates in H1:H10,

    =B2-A2-SUMPRODUCT(1-ISNA(MATCH(ROW(INDIRECT(A2&":"&B2)),H1:H10,0)))+1

    Like NETWORKDAYS the count will include both start and end dates

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doughnut
    Hello,

    I have scoured all over but am unable to get a reasonable solution. Hpw do I find the number of days between two dates including weekends but excluding a range of holidays.

    Networkingdays works but I have to get rid of the weekends in it which I dont want to. I would appreciate a simple non VBA solution as I am not very coding savvy.

    Thanks for reading!!
    Hi,

    1. Name your start date cell 'Start' and the end date cell 'End'.
    2. Create a table of holiday dates in say A5:Ann and in the cells to the right of the dates in B5 enter the formula and copy down:
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    3. Put a total formula in B4 and name it HolTotal
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    Now your net days excluding holidays is the formula:
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    HTH

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    Thanks, works perfectly!! Your help is appreciated!

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