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Does Workday formula pick up bank holidays?

I have formula

workday(today(),-1)

If a Bank Holiday is on a monday and i run a report on a Tuesday, will it pick up Monday or Friday data?

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Seamus
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Workday skips Sats and Suns anyway - if you want it to skip holidays then list them somewhere, e.g. in H1:H10 and use

=workday(today(),-1,H$1:H$10)

regards, barry
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So i just need to make a list and it knows to always exclude those dates?
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Brilliant!
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