How to calculate a future date based on a given date in Excel?
If you need to add a number of days to a given date to calculate the future date, how could you deal with it in Excel?
To get a future date which is 100 days later based on current date, please apply the following simple formula:
Enter the following formula into a blank cell to locate the result, and then drag the fill handle down to the cells for getting the future date as following screenshot shown:
If you want to calculate the future date exclude weekends, please use this formula:
1. Type the below formula into a blank cell, and then drag the fill hanlde to the cells you want to apply the formula, and five-digit number will be displayed, see screenshot:
2. Then you should convert the five-digit number to date by clicking Short Date from the General drop-down list in the Home tab, see screenshot:
1. Enter the below formula into a blank cell, and drag the fill hanlde to apply the formula to other cells, then some numbers are displayed, see screenshot:
Note: In the above formula, A2 is the current date that you want to calculate future date based on, 100 is the number of days you want to add to the date, E2:E5 is the holiday cells which needed to be excluded, please change them to your need.
2. Then select the formula cell, and click Short Date from the General drop-down list under the Home tab to convert the number to date format, see screenshot:
If you need to calculate a future date by adding a number of days, weeks, months or years, the Kutools for Excel’s Date & Time helper function can do you a favor.
After installing Kutools for Excel, please do as follows:
1. Select a cell where you want to locate the calculated result, and then click Kutools > Formula Helper > Date & Time helper, see screenshot:
2. In the Date & Time Helper dialog box, do the following operations:
- Select Add option from the Type section;
- Then click to select a cell that you want to calculate a future date based on;
- At last, enter the numbers of years, months, weeks or days that you want to add for the given date.
3. Then click OK button, and you will get the future date. And then, drag the fill hanlde to fill the formula to other cells you need, see screenshot:
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