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If you need to calculate the number of working days based on given start and end dates, you need to use the NETWORKDAYS function. This is a great Excel formula for anyone planning deadlines and needs to find the number of working days available to them. This function excludes weekends as well. If you use NETWORKDAYS.INTL you can decide which days are considered weekends and should be excluded. I also show you a way to make the selection for holidays dynamic. For example, if you are doing a project in one country and want to roll out that same project in other countries and you’d like the number of working days between the two dates to consider the holidays of the chosen country – the index function can come to the rescue. Course Length: 10:08 minutes Source: Leila Gharani

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