# Networkdays On Default

Apr 17, 2009Networkdays on default takes saturday as a holiday. Is there a way I can undo this and have only sunday as a holiday while calculating net working days.

View 9 RepliesNetworkdays on default takes saturday as a holiday. Is there a way I can undo this and have only sunday as a holiday while calculating net working days.

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I have a formula which compares a date entered into a cell (say A1), against the function NOW() and returns a number. The number is the number of days left to complete a job (if the date in A1 matches the NOW() exactly then it returns 5, meaning there are 5 days left to complete the job).

I have a sheet with several NETWORKDAYS functions. They normally work perfectly, but sometimes I get a #VALUE! error as if Excel was not recognizing the function.

I haven't been able to track what exactly triggers this error. It could be related to a some macros I run, but I'm sure they do not disable Analysis Toolpak at any point. Actually if I manually disable and re-enable the add-in, the error doesn't go away.

To get rid of this bug, I need to either open the spreadsheet on a different machine or close/repoen Excel (which only works sometimes). Strangely, if I retype one of the cells, sometimes Excel will recognize the function across the board.

I am using networkdays. as follows:

=NETWORKDAYS(I91,I90,I89)

The formula returns as 2 if it is between two consecutive days (Monday to Tuesday). I need to change the formula to the following:

If the days are the same, return as 1 day, if it is two consequtive days, return as 1 day and if 3 cosecutive days, return as 2 days and so on.

I have a pivot table listing stock prices from Jan to today. I would like to group them as networkdays.

I see the option to group as days and then select number of day=5. However when I view the data, the 5 day group does not mirror the calendar.

It is 5 days in a group, but it is not the 5 work days of the calendar. It might be the last 3 days and the next 2 days of the following week. I am trying to get the same week to stick together.

I have this formula for determining the numberof days in the current month, excluding today.

=NETWORKDAYS(DATE(YEAR(TODAY()),MONTH(TODAY()),DAY(1)),TODAY())-1

Now I need to exclude the holidays.

I'd rather not add another named list or table so I thought I'd use an array constant but can't get it to work. This is what I added:

{=NETWORKDAYS(DATE(YEAR(TODAY()),MONTH(TODAY()),DAY(1)),TODAY(),{DATE(2007,10,10);DATE(2007,10,11)})-1}

Okay, I used oct 10 and 11 as an example to insure the formula is working. But it doesn't work and I can't figure out why.

I can calculate the networkdays between two dates but how do I project a finishing date if I know the starting date, the holidays, and the duration of the task in working days? (Sample sheet attached, working in Excel 2003).

View 2 Replies View RelatedI have attahced an example of what I need to do. I need to project due dates for each of our 8 departments based on a ship date of the final product. Each of the 8 dept. have a number of operations (ops) and given number of hours for each op. These alocated hours change on every job plus I have 2 outside operations that may or maynot be added to the mix. I don't have a clue on where to even start with this formula.

View 2 Replies View RelatedI have the formula Networkdays(A4,F4-1,L2:L10) and it works fine apart from if i enter the same date in cells A4 and F4 ie the work was processed on the same day the formula calculates a value of -2 when I would like it to be 0 Also if the cells are blank as the data has not been completed yet it comes up with a #NUM! error.

View 4 Replies View RelatedIn order to use the networkdays() function in a workbook im working on i need to get the Analysis ToolPak add-in installed on my pc.

Will this workbook function correctly if opened on a pc that does not have that particular add-in on it?

I have three columns of data that pertain to this question:

1. Status (Open or Closed)

2. Assigned (names)

3. Date Opened (a date value)

I want a formula to calculate the AVERAGE NETWORKDAYS between Today() and the Date Opened where Status = Open and Assigned = .

I'm thinking it'll be a big, honking SUMPRODUCT formula but I can't figure it out. Honking is a ...'technical' term.

How would you adjust the network days formula so that Wednesday is considered a non-working day?

View 9 Replies View RelatedI am trying to apply a conditional format to a cell with a date entry (D5) if the date in D5 is more than 2 days previous to the date in A5 excluding weekends. I've tried variations of the following using conditional formatting

=NETWORKDAYS(A5,D5)>2

I want to make a little chart for easy reference that tells me due dates for projects, based on estimated completion times.

I'm already using NETWORKDAYS to find the amount of working days between today and a due date, but I want to flip the formula around, and I'm having trouble getting the syntax right.

For example, column A reads:

0

1

2

3

5

7

10

15

20

Estimated completion times for various projects.

So I want column B to read the date that this would render. A1, value 0, would always produce today's date for B1. B2 would always read one business day into the future, B3 would read as 2 business days into the future, B4 as 3 business days into the future. Does that make sense, and B5 as 5 bd into future.

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...

I've attached a sample of what my problem is. I'm trying to keep track of critical ship dates using NETWORKDAYS. My formula works good until the 2 cells it's watching have no dates in them. This should be an easy fix but I can't figure it out. The formula reads =IF(ISBLANK(E3),NETWORKDAYS($A$2,F3,$A$17:$A$29),NETWORKDAYS($A$2,E5,$A$17:$A$29)). The cell range A2:A17 list the holidays for the year. Cell E3 is a ship date to teflon and F3 is a ship date of the completed job to the customer.

View 2 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 employees that have different number of business days they work. I

need to be able to calculate when the employee has utilized a specific number

of business days specific to the days of the week they work and the number of

days per week work. For example, if I have an employee that works 3 business

days per week (Specifically M, W, and F), and I need to know the date this

employee worked a total of 30 business days, is there a way to calcuate this

date (which should be 6/9/06 if we use a start date of 4/3/06.

I have 3 columns of dates (A1, B1, C1).

Several different scenarios:

1. If A1 is blank, but B1 & C1 are populated, I want to put the result in

D1.

2. If B1 is blank, but A1 & C1 are populated, I want to put the result in

D1.

3. If C1 is blank, but A1 & B1 are populated, I want to put the result in

D1.

4. If A1 & B1 are blank, I want to put "N/A" in D1.

5. If A1 & C1 are blank, I want to put "N/A" in D1.

6. If B1 & C1 are blank, I want to put "N/A" in D1.

Why are there 3 date fields you ask, the powers that be want it that way,

Hmmmm. Looks like I ruined my original posting while trying to mark it solved.

View 14 Replies View RelatedI use without problem the function =NETWORKDAYS(start_date;End_date;[holidays]) that calculate the distance between two dates overlooking Saturdays, Sundays and, if specified, other holiday days.

But is there any general kind of this function that allows the calculus for the “long work week” ( i.e considering Saturday as working day )? Or and More: If I would consider Fridays as holiday days?

Excel 2003.

Cell A1 = "Opened"

Cell B1 = "Sent to DoN"

Column A = named range Opened

Column B = named range Sent_to_Don

Cell A2 = 8/30/07

Cell B2 = 9/7/07

Columns A & B formatted as date in display format mm/dd/yy

Cell C2 =NETWORKDAYS(A2,B2) Display is 7

Cell D2 =NETWORKSDAYS(Opened,Sent_to_DoN) Display is #NUM

Cell E2 =(Sent_to_DoN-Opened) Display is 8

How to fix the #NUM error?

I have named range in column A = holfrom and another in column B = holtill

When I try to use NETWORKDAYS(holfrom;holtill) I get an error VALUE

Is it even possible to use this function with named ranges

I have a job tracker program that daddylonglegs helped me with a few days ago. I thought I would be able figure this out on my own but failed. I've attached the file to help show what I need. I know the final ship date of a project. Sometimes my projects need to go out for teflon coating.

I need Networkdays to give me a TO TEFLON date that is 5 days before the final ship date and factor in weekends and holidays.

Anyone know why the NETWORKDAYS() function will return a value of 1 if the start and end date are the same? Does the function always assume that the start_date is at 12:00AM and the end_date is at 11:59PM, because it seems to also show that there are 3 days between 11/04/08 and 11/06/08.

View 9 Replies View RelatedI would like to be able to calculate the number of Net Working Days between 2 dates using the dates returned from the calendar form and have the number of working days placed into a separate cell. Example, I use the popup calendar in A1 and select 10/1/06, I then use the popup calendar in B1 and select 10/9/06 and the number of Net Wroking Days is placed in cell C1. Is there a way to calculate the number of working days between the two chosen dates?

I have the forms for the calendar already created and am using this for the popup calendar but don't know where to start to calculate the working days from the calendars results.

Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range)

'This will launch when A1 and/or B1 is selected

If Target.Address = "$A$1" Or Target.Address = "$B$1" Then

CalendarFrm.Show

End If

End Sub

I am having an issue with this formula. The formula works for 85% of my data. I worked through the formula and found that the error occurs within the networksday part of the formula. For some reason the it gives me a “0” when it should be giving me a “1”. This causes the solution to be a negative and create the error. I placed an example of when both the formula works and doesn’t work. I tried many things. Love to get some other ideas why this is happening. It’s a altered Daddylongleg formula....

View 6 Replies View RelatedI have a spreadsheet that captures task start and end dates similar to project. It currently calculates Networkdays correctly, so if you have:

1. 1/1/06 - 1/31/06 (22 Days)

2. 1/1/06 - 12/1/05 (- 22 Days - showing dates have been entered incorrectly.)

3. 1/1/06 - No End Date (-27655)

=IF(ISERROR(NETWORKDAYS(E23,F23)),"NA",NETWORKDAYS(E23,F23))

My concern is with #3, is there a way to instruct the formula that if columna and columb are not filled in,the result should be blank. Previously I had it where it indicated NA - but the problem with this is - while it appears fine in Excel, when I pull it into Access to report on I get the -27655. This is throwing my reporting off.

I am trying to find a formula that will return the number of week days between two dates. My specific situation is that my job sets up work orders (WO) to be completed by our staff. We have 3 dates - the date the WO was created, the date the WO is due to be completed, and the date the WO was actually completed.

I would like to subtract the Complete date from the Due date. Generally, this should always equal zero because our staff should be completing WOs on the due date! But obviously that doesn't always happen. There are times that they complete them late, and times they complete them early (yay!).

The problem with NETWORKDAYS is that even when they are completed on time, the result is 1. This formula counts instead of subtracts. I adjusted the formula to =NETWORKDAYS(A3,A4)-1 which works fine for those WOs completed on time or completed late. But for those completed early, it adds (or subtracts, really) 2 days. So for a WO completed a day early, instead of it showing -1, it shows -3. I've attached an example of WOs and the NETWORKDAYS formula I've used so you can see.

Subtract Days.xls

I'm really looking for something that will subtract week days, not count them.

I have never worked on workdays before so I do not know most of the available formula and play around. I googled across and found this one: [URL] .......

Where Bob has given an ARRAY formula.

Following is my layout in A1 to C3 grid (for testing purpose):

Start Date11/1/2011HOLIDAYEnd Date11/30/201111/3/2011NETWORKDAYS2011/22/2011

The formula resides in B3.

Is there any other development in 2007+ versions of Excel which can handle 6 working days in a week?

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