How to calculate number of working days left in current month in Excel?
This article provides methods of calculating the number of working days left in current month from today or based on given date. Please browse for more details.
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For example, you need to calculate number of working days left from today (2015/12/18) in current month. The below formula will help you.
1. Select a blank cell for placing the left working days, enter the formula =NETWORKDAYS(TODAY(),EOMONTH(TODAY(),0)) into the Formula Bar, then press the Enter key.
Then you can see the number of working days left in current month is populated into the selected cell.
Note: If you need to calculate number of working days left in current month based on a certain date, please apply this formula: =NETWORKDAYS(A2,EOMONTH(A2,0)) (A2 contains the specific date you want to use). See screenshot:
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If formula is hard for you to remember, you can try the Count Weekdays between two dates utility of Kutools for Excel.
1. Select a blank cell for locating the left working days, then click Kutools > Formulas > Count Weekdays between two dates. See screenshot:
2. In the Formula Helper dialog box, select the cells which contain the start date and end date separately in the Start Date and the End Date boxes, and then click the OK button.
Or you can just enter the start date and end date directly into these two boxes, but the dates you manually entered need to be embraced with quotes. See screenshot:
Then the left working days between two given dates is calculated out.
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