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formula to select today +1 today +3 and today +5 but

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Is the a formula that I can use to select today +1 today +3 and today +5 but exclude weekends.

so today [1/8/2014 I would say if A2=Today select today +1 today +3 and today +5 "Yes" , "No" but exclude weekends.

so the dates I would expect to have Yes are 4/8, 6/8 and 8/8

Thanks in advance
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I'm not quite sure I understood the question correctly but I think you need
=Workday(TODAY(),1)
=Workday(TODAY(),3)
=Workday(TODAY(),5)
Those are your dates...
Hope this helps
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by:Jagwarman
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I need to be able to put this in an IF statement to say IF A2 = .........."Yes","No"

would you know how I would do that?

Thanks
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Still not sure about the understanding but...
=IF(OR(A2 = Workday(TODAY(),1),A2=Workday(TODAY(),3),A2=Workday(TODAY(),5)),"Yes","No")
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many thanks that's great
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