- start_date—The first date that you want to be measured
- end_date—The last date that you want to be measured
This example references the following sheet information:
|Clothing Item||Transaction Total||Units Sold||Sold Date|
Given the table above, here are some examples of using NETDAYS in a sheet:
|=NETDAYS([Sold Date]1, [Sold Date]2)||Returns the number of days from the start date in row 1 of the Sold Date column on to the end date in row 2 of the Sold Date column||4|
|=NETDAYS(MAX([Sold Date]:[Sold Date]), TODAY())||
Returns the number of days from the most recent date in the Sold Date column to the current date. The current date in this example being May 31st, 2019.
Note that the TODAY function updates as the current date change.
|=NETDAYS(MIN([Sold Date]:[Sold Date]), MAX([Sold Date]:[Sold Date]))||Returns the number of days from the oldest date in the Sold Date column, to the most recent date in the Sold Date column||9|
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