How to count networkdays between two dates including Saturday in Excel?
Normally, the NETWORKDAYS is used to count a number of days between two dates excluding Saturday & Sunday, but what if exclude only Sunday? This article will show you a method to count networkdays between two dates including Saturday in details.
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To count networkdays between two dates including Saturday in Excel, please do as follows.
1. For directly counting networkdays between two given dates without considering holidays, please enter formula =SUMPRODUCT(--(TEXT(ROW(INDIRECT(B1&":"&B2)),"dddd")<>"Sunday")) into the Formula Bar and then press the Enter key. See screenshot:
1) In the formula, B1 and B2 contain the start date and end date you will count days between.
2) This formula can only be applied to the date format of MM/DD/YYY and DD/MM/YYYY.
2. For counting networkdays between two dates excludes both Sundays and holidays, please apply this array formula: =SUMPRODUCT(--(TEXT(ROW(INDIRECT(B1&":"&B2)),"dddd")<>"Sunday"))-SUMPRODUCT(--IF((B3:C3>=B1)*(B3:C3<=B2),(TEXT(B3:C3,"dddd")<>"Sunday"), FALSE)) + Ctrl + Shift + Enter.
1) In the formula, B1 and B2 contain the start date and end date you will count workdays between. And B3:C3 contains the holidays you will exclude in the workdays.
2) This array formula works well in all Excel versions.
3) For Excel 2010 and higher versions, this formula =NETWORKDAYS.INTL(B1,B2,11,B3:C3) also can help you to count networkdays between two dates exclude both Sunday and holidays.
4) All formulas can only be applied to the date format of MM/DD/YYY and DD/MM/YYYY.
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