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Calculating Dates in Crystal

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Can anyone tell me how to set up a formula field that calculates a specific date (i.e. 5 business days) from a month end date (specified from a parameter the user enters).  For example, the user choses the month end of December 31, 2007 for the parameter, then this formula field would calculate X number of business from that date (based on another field from a query) resulting in that date. Thanks!
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See www.kenhamady.com he has formula section there...that deals with this issue..

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That works great!  Thanks!
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Glad I could be of service...
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