- start_date—The first date to be measured.
- end_date—The last date to be measured.
- holidays—[optional]The dates to exclude from the count.
- WORKDAY, NETWORKDAY, and NETWORKDAYS count Saturday and Sunday as nonworking days. If dependencies are enabled on your sheet, you can customize the nonworking days. After you do this, the formulas will use your settings in calculations.
- You can designate additional dates as nonworking to exclude them when calculating the number of working days. To do this, enter each holiday/nonworking day into a cell. Then reference the range of cells in your NETWORKDAY formula.
This example references the following sheet information:
|Clothing Item||Order Date||Ship Date||Percent Complete|
Given the table above, here are some examples of using NETWORKDAY in a sheet:
|=NETWORKDAY([Order Date]2, [Ship Date]2)||Returns the number of workdays between the date in row 2 of the Order Date column and the date in row 2 of the Ship Date column||24|
|=IF([Clothing Item]3 = "Jacket", NETWORKDAY([Order Date]3, [Ship Date]3))||If the value in row 2 of the Clothing Item column is Jacket, the function returns the number of workdays between the date in row 3 of the Order Date column and the date in row 3 of the Ship Date column. Otherwise, the function returns no value.||4|
|=IF([Percent Complete]1 = 1, NETWORKDAY([Order Date]1, [Ship Date]1), "Order Not Yet Fulfilled")||If the value in row 1 of the Percent Complete column is 100%, the function returns the number of workdays between the date in row 1 of the Order Date column and the date in row 1 of the Ship Date column. Otherwise, the function returns Order Not Yet Fulfilled.||4|
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