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WORKDAY.INTL: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use WORKDAY.INTL in Excel?

The WORKDAY.INTL function in Excel allows you to calculate the date that is X days after a given date. You can use it to calculate holidays or other events that occur a set number of days after a given date. The function takes three arguments: the date that the event occurs, the number of days after the given date, and a flag that indicates whether or not the weekend should be included in the calculation. The function returns the date that is the number of days after the given date, including the weekend if the flag is set to TRUE.

What is the syntax of WORKDAY.INTL in Excel?

Workday.INTL is a function in Excel that calculates the number of days between two dates, excluding weekends and holidays. The syntax for the function is as follows:

=WORKDAY.INTL(start_date,end_date,holidays)

start_date is the first date in the range you want to calculate the number of days between end_date is the last date in the range you want to calculate the number of days between holidays is an array of dates representing holidays that you want to exclude from the calculation

What is an example of how to use WORKDAY.INTL in Excel?

WORKDAY.INTL is a function in Excel that calculates the number of days between two dates, excluding weekends and holidays. The syntax for the function is:

=WORKDAY.INTL(start_date,end_date,holidays)

Where:

start_date is the first date in the range

end_date is the last date in the range

holidays is an array of dates that represent the holidays that should be excluded from the calculation

An example of how to use the function would be to calculate the number of business days between two dates. The start date would be the date that the calculation is being performed, and the end date would be the last day of the month. The holidays array would be an array of dates that represent the national holidays for the country that the calculation is being performed in.

When should you not use WORKDAY.INTL in Excel?

WORKDAY.INTL should not be used in Excel when the following conditions are not met:

- The first day of the workweek is not Monday.

- The weekend is not excluded.

- Holidays are not included.

What are some similar formulae to WORKDAY.INTL in Excel?

WORKDAY.INTL is a formula in Excel that calculates the number of days between two dates, excluding weekends and holidays. There are a few other formulas that can do the same thing:

DATEDIF: This formula calculates the number of days, months, or years between two dates.

NETWORKDAYS: This formula calculates the number of working days between two dates, excluding weekends and holidays.

WORKDAY: This formula calculates the number of workdays between two dates, including weekends and holidays.

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