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Posted on 2014-03-05
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Could an expert provide me with the formula for the following.

In cell AF1 is the current days date.
In cell AA2 in the date of the item
I need to put in AB2 the Days aged between AF1 and AA2 minus the weekend.

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Hi,

In AB2, enter the formula =NETWORKDAYS(AA2,AF1) to get the number of working days (ignoring any holidays that may be in there.)  There is an optional parameter for holidays which you can get more details at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/networkdays-HP005209190.aspx

Hope this helps!

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