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Calculating earleist date and latest date based on MAX and MIN in Weeks and Days Late.

Last Modified: 2018-02-02
I wanted to calculate earliest and latest dates based on workdays from MAX weeks and MIN weeks.

On column H (AWARD DATE EARLEIST) Calculate that date in workdays from Column E (LT WKS MAX)
On column I (AWARD DATE LATEST) Calculate that date in workdays from Column F (LT WKS MIN)

Next I wanted to figure out on Column J (POTENTIAL DAYS LATE) on this column I'm open to any suggestions.  My guess is that AWARD DATE LATEST would exceed the REQD DATE then how many days late would that be......something like that.  But like I mentioned I'm open to any ideas on this
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