How To Calculate Leadtime Excluding Sunday
I have a start date in cell A1(5/15/2009) and a end date in cell B1(5/25/2009).
I would like to calculate the leadtime between the 2 dates in cell C1 excluding the Sundays in between.
I have out a formula(in cell c1) as B1-A1 but it is yielding 14 days whereas it should be12 days excluding Sundays.
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