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Adding calendar functionality into a worksheet

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    Adding calendar functionality into a worksheet

    Hi,

    This may be a complete shot in the dark, but at work I've built an Excel (obv) calculator to work out the benefits people get. For a certain group of people who are on fixed term contracts, their holiday is calculated by the amount of complete working weeks in that contract. Is there a way for Excel to work out the number of working weeks (mon-fri) in a contract if I were to add in the start and end dates? This would have to have some kind of calendar functionality as it would need to know what day the start and end dates are.

    Any help much appreciated

    Jon

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    Re: Adding calendar functionality into a worksheet

    try networkdays(StartDate,EndDate)!

    divide by 5 to get work weeks!

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    Re: Adding calendar functionality into a worksheet

    Just an addition to squiggler47's post, NETWORKDAYS forms part of the Analysis ToolPak (also referred to as ATP) add-in which can be activated (if not already) via Tools -> Addins.

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    Talking Re: Adding calendar functionality into a worksheet

    Thanks to both of you, that's a great help!

    Jon

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