vba to increase value based on business day

hi,
need some help here. basically i have a value in B20, B21, and B22 on Input tab.
The values are the # of business (trading) days. Basically I want the macro to increase the current value of each by 1. so if it says 9, increase to 10. as example. can someone help?

Here is what i have so far. Thanks.

With Workbooks.Open(Fn)
                Sp = Split(.Name, ".")
                .Sheets("Input").Range("B20").Value = 
                .Sheets("Input").Range("B21").Value = 
                .Sheets("Input").Range("B22").Value =         
            End With

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Ken ButtersCommented:
With Workbooks.Open(Fn)
                Sp = Split(.Name, ".")
                .Sheets("Input").Range("B20").Value =   .Sheets("Input").Range("B20").Value + 1
                .Sheets("Input").Range("B21").Value =   .Sheets("Input").Range("B21").Value + 1
                .Sheets("Input").Range("B22").Value =   .Sheets("Input").Range("B22").Value + 1        
            End With

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eastsidemarketAuthor Commented:
awesome, thanks. works great.

for some reason my workbook occasionally changes the calculation to manual. anyway i can always set it to be automatic workbook calculation?
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Ken ButtersCommented:
you can use this in the VBA code if you want it to be reset.

application.Calculation = xlCalculationAutomatic

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I would put this line in the "ThisWorkbook" code :
Private Sub Workbook_Open()
     application.Calculation = xlCalculationAutomatic
End Sub

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eastsidemarketAuthor Commented:
nice, work, thanks!
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