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I know the below uses the preceding but I am not certain how to chagne it to the following workday if the date lands on a weekend or holiday.

=WORKDAY(EDATE(H196,6)+60+1,-1,Holidays_US_Jap)
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=WORKDAY(EDATE(H196,6)+60,1,Holidays_US_Jap)
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Generically your original formula gets the calculated date, adds 1 and then gets the previous WORKDAY.....but you now need to get the calculated date, subtract 1 and get the next WORKDAY, so for that the +1 becomes -1 and the 1 becomes -1, i.e.

=WORKDAY(EDATE(H196,6)+60-1,1,Holidays_US_Jap)

regards, barry
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Hello, I am out of town at the moment.  Is one better than the other?

Thank you
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The results will be different in some cases - I'm assuming that if you add 6 months to the date in H196 and then add 60 days, then if that day is, for example, a Thursday (which isn't a holiday) then you want the formula to return that date. That's what my formula does - but if the date you land on is a holiday or weekend day the formula will give you the following workday.

Phillips's version will always give you the following workday, so if the original date you land on is a Thursday my version will return that date, Phillip's will give you the Friday.

regards, barry
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Ahhhh I see.  Very technical.  Glad I know now.

Thank you once again