excel workdays

i want to make a spredsheet with the work days as column headers.  is there a formula for that?
ie
04/06/15|04/07/15|04/08/15|04/09/15|04/10/15|04/13/15|04/14/15|>etc
rjefAsked:
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Trent SmithCommented:
If you type the first date in and then use the plus mark from the lower right corner of the cell and copy it as far as you want.  This increment the date as you are looking for.  You will have to remove the dates that you don't want.
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Wayne Taylor (webtubbs)Commented:
If you enter a start date in cell B1 for example, you can use this formula in cell C1 and copy to the right...

    =IF(WEEKDAY(B1,2)<5, B1+1, B1+3)
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Ejgil HedegaardCommented:
With the first date in B1, then use this in C1
=WORKDAY(B1,1)
Copy to the other columns, and format to the date format you want.

Above formula skip weekends, and if you make a list of holidays, you can skip them also.
=WORKDAY(B1,1,Holiday list)
"Holiday list" is a range with dates on the sheet, or a named range.
A named range can be on another sheet.
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kerickCommented:
Ejgil has it but click on the ? help and search workday for the help file tips.
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Ali UsmanCommented:
use this if you exclude weekends

=WORKDAY(B1,1,WEEKDAY(B1))
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