Excel Formula: Check If Date Is Workday
In Excel, to check a date if is a workday (excluding general weekends and holidays), you can use the WORKDAY function.
Syntaxt and Arguments
|Date:the date you want to check if is a workday.|
This formula returns to a logical value, TRUE or FALEs. When the formula returns to TRUE, the date is a workday, otherwise, the date is not a workday when the formula returns to FALSE.
How this formula works
In cells E3:E7 list the holidays, now to check the dates in list B3:B7 if are workdays, please use below formula:
Press Enter key to get the first checking result, and then drag the autofill handle down to cell B7.
WORKDAY function: is used to add a specified number of workdays to a started date and return the future or past date in a serial number format.
With the WORKDAY function, in recons the weekends are Saturday and Sunday, if you have your own custom weekend, you can use the WORKDAY.INTL function.
Supposing the weekends are Monday and Tuesday, please use the formula as:
|1(default)||Saturday and Sunday|
|2||Sunday and Monday|
|3||Monday and Tuesday|
|4||Tuesday and Wednesday|
|5||Wednesday and Thursday|
|6||Thursday and Friday|
|7||Friday and Saturday|
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