VLOOKUP to add x "network" days to a date


I have a formula in a cell that adds a number of days specified using a VLOOKUP to a date in another cell. Works fine.
Problem is I need it to add x number of "network" days to the date in the other cell.

In the attached example, the formula in column E adds the number of days associated with the status on sheet2 for each line where the status on sheet1 matches.

Hope this makes sense :-)

Thanks in advance,

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Professor JMicrosoft Excel ExpertCommented:
where is the attachement?
swjtx99Author Commented:
Strange, not sure what happened.

Attached the example here
Professor JMicrosoft Excel ExpertCommented:
please find attached. the formula excludes the weekends of saturday and sunday and also the holidays. you can put the holidays in the cells highlighted in yellow. for example i have put christmas holidays with new year. you can add more if you want
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swjtx99Author Commented:
Hi Professor,

Not sure I explained myself well enough. The date in Column E needs to be 20 network days (because the status is "warm") later than the date in column D. My formula makes it 20 calendar days later but what I need is 20 network days (also excluding holidays).

Thanks for your help,

Professor JMicrosoft Excel ExpertCommented:
ok see now.

Professor JMicrosoft Excel ExpertCommented:
also with holiday range.

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swjtx99Author Commented:
Hi Prof,

Thanks. Once I see it I think. Aggh, simple! ....but I wasn't able to get there.

Thanks again,

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