# Autofill Dates Excluding Bank Holidays & Weekends?

Feb 26, 2014Is there a way to autofill dates in excel to exclude weekends and bank holidays?

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I am trying to run a macro to put in the Month, Day, Year on each tab but I want it to exclude holidays and weekends. I am not a techie or anything but I would like to know how to do this. I have tried various vb codes but they don't exclude the weekends/holidays.

View 3 Replies View RelatedI am generating a spreadsheet that focuses on a target opening date. There is about 12 other headings along the top all stating the different phases of construction, permitting, etc. I need to exclude weekends and holidays from most of these columns, and only exclude holidays from about 2 of the columns. I think I am to use the formula for NETWORKDAYS, but not sure how or where to incorporate it.

View 9 Replies View RelatedI have a report that starts with a desired date and generates dates backwards on when certain releases should come out. I would like the code to see the date, move it back a week, check to make sure it's not a weekend or holiday, then post it in the cell below. If it does happen to land on a weekend, it should then be the Friday before the weekend. If it is a holiday, it should be the date before the holiday, as long as it is not a Sunday (or another holiday).

Attached is the workbook that I'm using. I'm starting with the desired date 'B7' and using the Holidays in a seperate worksheet. I know that in the current example, nothing will land on the weekend, unless the holiday pushes it back to one.

I've been reading up on Excel's date and time functions and can't really figure out the best way of doing this.

I have a total amount of time that a machine should take to finish a task. I'd like to enter a date and time into a cell (Start Date) and have another cell return the date and time that the machine should be done with the task excluding weekends, and holidays (End Date). This would be based on a certain number of "working hours" (hours in the workday minus break periods) that would be calculated in another cell.

how to find the number of days between 2 Dates excluding weekends and holidays using vba. I m using excel 2003. All I know is to figure out todays date using the keyword 'Date'.

Also, this is my second post and I have tried to comply with the rules regarding the title, but if it is still inappropriate and does not meet 'stating the problem' criteria,

I am looking for formula to calculate the dates between two days (excluding the weekends)

I am working in Saudi Arabia and the weekend days over here are thursday and Friday.

I wanted to calculate the difference between dates, excluding the weekends. After much thought i used =NETWORKDAYS(A1,B1)+IF(NETWORKDAYS(A1,A1)+ NETWORKDAYS(B1,B1)=2,-SIGN(NETWORKDAYS(A1,B1)),0) that seemed to be working fine. However, I had a problem today with this formula when my start day was saturday (24/05/08) and the last day was monday (26/05/08). What i want is that when i take the difference between these two days, i should get zero as answer as we are not including the weekends in calculation so the start date should ideally be the first weekday which is Monday. However, the formula is giving me 1 as an answer.

This formula works fine if i select 27/05/08 as last date in which case i get 2 as an answer which is right. In gist, what i am looking for is a formula which will give me the difference between two dates and exclude the weekends from the calculation. The last date can't be a weekend, but the start date can. Hence, whenever the start date is a weekend, the formula should take monday as a start day.

How should I calculate working hours between two dates? Say if start at 9/25/2009 7:26:13 PM and finish at 10/20/2009 9:46:13 AM, the function should return 245:20:00 because the working hours are from 8am to 11 PM (8 - 23), and there are weekends between the dates. Preferably the function should work like the NETWORKDAYS() function, but it should also include the time, not just the dates.

View 9 Replies View RelatedCalculating Lead time (in hours) between two dates/times, excluding holidays and weekend

Start Time

End Time

Lead Time

12/26/2012 15:50

1/2/2013 12:38:00

??????????

I want to create a formula that works out the number of days between two dates but excludes weekends?

View 3 Replies View RelatedI want to fill a column with all of 2013's dates but those falling on Sundays. how would I do that?

View 2 Replies View RelatedI would like a solution for the automatic calculation of the end date and end time for project tasks. I have already spent hours on the issue, thanks for any help on this.

The parameters are:

A1 = Start time 08:00

B1 = End Time 17:00

A2 = break lunch 12:00

B2 = back from lunch 13:00

Task parameters

A5 = start date 01/03/10 (entered manually)

B5 = start time 10:00 (entered manually)

C5 = duration 02:00 (hrs entered manually)

D5 = "end date" >>> (to be calculated exluding breaks and holidays)

E5 = "end time" >>> (to be calculated exluding breaks and holidays)

the next line should be filled in automaitically according to the hours needed and the previous end date & time

A6 = "start date" >>> (after line 5: to be calculated exluding breaks and holidays)

B6 = "start time" (after line 5: to be calculated exluding breaks and holidays)

C6 = duration 14:00 (entered manually)

D6 = "end date" >>> (to be calculated exluding breaks and holidays)

E6 = "end time" >>> (to be calculated exluding breaks and holidays)

and so on for every new line down.

I am trying to figure out how to take holidays and weekends out of my data.

View 9 Replies View RelatedI have been asked to create a worksheet to calculate the percentage of the utilisation of a number of loan cars per month. Each of the cars may be used on each and every day of the week but the percentage utilisation is to be calculated on working days only. However it is essential to record the name of the driver of the car at weekends and holidays. Column A is populated with the dates of the month. Colum B is populated with the relative days of the week. In column C and subsequent columns I record the name of the driver of a particular car registration. Is there any way that I can count the number of drivers of each car on working days only and not weekends or bank holidays?

View 5 Replies View RelatedI have a schedule of holiday dates through year 2010 off to the side in cells N8-S18 that a workable formula could refer to.

........C...................D..................... ......E.........

1......1............10/25/2005...........10/26/2005

2......2............10/27/2005...........10/29/2005

3......0............10/29/2005...........10/29/2005

4......3............10/29/2005...........11/01/2005

Column C is the duration of the project in days. Column D is the project start date. Column E is the project end date.

As example, in D4 I'm using the formula =IF(C3=0,E3+0,E3+1). I need to include something to make it ignore weekends & holidays.

I don't have much experience in multiple conditions - I tried some things & made a decent mess of it.

i have a cell with a date in it and cell with number of days in it

problem is i cant count weekends or holidays in the addistion

example b1 has 4/20/07 in it and c1 has 2 in it

i want to add c2 to b1 and compare to cell which could have a date in it or if not compare it to todays date

problem is i cant count weekends or holidays in the addition

so i would want to compare todays date to 4/24/07

if todays date is greater then the 2 cells added change color of cell

I have a date in a cell and need a formula that will calulate the next 4 days excluding weekends and holidays. I have search and found where one can do more complex items but not just a simple formula. I have attached an example.

View 2 Replies View RelatedI would like to find out if a job took more than 24 hour cycle time (eg. 6:00 am to 5:59:59 AM next day). data:

A1 = received date & time (format "m/d/yyyy h:mm")

B1 = completed date & time (format "m/d/yyyy h:mm")

my formula is '=if(B1-A1>"24:00"+0,"Yes","No"). The problem with the formula is that it doesnt exclude weekends nor public holidays. I couldnt formulate a solution using networkdays function......

My aim is to find the end working date for each task, as well as the next working date for the next task. The working days for this employee are only Monday (6hours), Wednesday (6 hours) and Friday (8hours).

D

E

F

G

H

Start Date

Duration

Completed Days

Remaining Days

End Date

4

5/05/14

3

=IF(TODAY()>=H4, E4,IF(TODAY()

I have formula for working days which excludes holidays :

[Code] .....

Code works but I have monthly worksheet and macro for adding days in month. This formula's end date is in AI2 cell, which corresponds to 31th day of the month. Problem is that I get #REF error across all sheet when I delete last day columns, in month which have less than 31 days.

I know that this is the cell reference error because cell AI2 is deleted, but is there any solution for changing networkdays formula or replace It with something else that will work same, with range maybe ?

For now I just hide columns, which is o.k., but I would rather delete columns...

how to to get a continuous number in a cell without the increase in holidays that is Sunday etc.,

View 1 Replies View RelatedI need to calculate the number of days between 2 dates including holidays and weekends. That means I cant use NETWORKDAYS as it excludes weekend.

View 9 Replies View RelatedI'm using excel 2010 on a pc. I need to create a calender. So far I have been using the tutorial for the pop up calender. The result I'm looking for is to set up a specific time frame and have the calender provide the "due" date. I would like the due date to exclude weekends and holidays. Would I be able to do this with the pop up calender?

View 3 Replies View RelatedI'm trying to have a two week rolling dates, starting on the Monday and continuing until the following Friday, this is fine if static but when the start date is then Tuesday, Wednesday etc the week then includes either the Saturday or Sunday.

From using =TODAY(), how do I populate the next ten working days without including the weekends?

I currently have a formula like this:

e87-7+choose(weekday(e87-7),1,0,0,0,0,0,2

this formula is used because I was adding or subtracting a certain number of days from one date to figure out when a certain event would occur next. When the date fell on a weekend, I wanted to make sure that it rolled over to the next closest weekday.

HOWEVER, what I also want this formula to do is exclude weekends in the counting of the days. So basically, I want to exclude weekends completely from my formula.

example, Printing always occurs 4 days after the p.r. meeting. the p.r. meeting is in e87. so e87 + 4 = the printing date. but I dont want those 4 days to include weekends in the count AND I dont want the final date to fall on a weekend either.

I have a spreadsheet with bloomberg's auto feed, so in col A&B, the price will be updated everyday. I would like to calculate the Month-to- Date in Col C

e.g. MTD for today's closing = (today's closing price - last month end price)/last month end price

how can I constructure a formular in col C which will calculate the MTD automatically when a new price is added to the top everyday.

I want to get the list of days which are only weekdays ( excluding sat, sun but includes holidays during weekdays) I have tried WORKDAY function but it is not exactly i want coz it excludes holidays during weekdays as well.

View 5 Replies View RelatedIf I am using today's date, example: 5/30. I am looking to populate the next 10 business days.

Example: 5/31, 6/3. 6/4 etc.

I want to exclude weekends and holidays. I believe the following formual works to exclude weekends, but not sure how to incorporate holidays in the mix. =workday(today(),1) for one day after today, and then just keep increasing the number for days out.

I want to calculate the time in hours between to dates excluding non-working hours and sundays and holidays.

My office timings: 10:00am to 05:30pm Saturday is working day. Only sundays and holidays to be excluded.

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