Returns a date adjusted by a number of working days from a specified start date, excluding specified weekend days and holidays.
WORKDAY.INTL(DATE(2020,5,5), 30, 2, A1:A10)
WORKDAY.INTL(start_date, days, [weekends], [holidays])
- start_date - The start_date to consider.
- days- The number of working days before or after start_date.
- weekends - [OPTIONAL] A string or number representing which days of the week are considered weekends.
- Weekends can be specified using a string comprising of 0’s and 1’s, where a zero means that the day is a work day, and a 1 means that the day is a weekend. The first number in the set represents Monday. So, “0000011” would mean Saturday and Sunday are weekends.
- You can also specify the weekend pattern using a single number.
- 1 = Saturday and Sunday are weekends
- 2 = Sunday and Monday are weekends and so on until
- 7 = Friday and Saturday are weekends.
- 11 = Sunday is the only weekend
- 12 = Monday is the only weekend and so on until
- 17 = Saturday is the only weekend.
- holidays - [OPTIONAL] A list of dates to consider as holidays.
WORKDAY.INTL(C5,30) returns the date 30 workdays from the start date mentioned in C5.
WORKDAY.INTL(DATE(2020,5,5), 30, 2, A1:A10) returns the date 30 workdays from the start date after excluding weekends and holidays specified in A1:A10.
- WORKDAY.INTL does not auto-convert number formats. Therefore, WORKDAY.INTL(10/10/2000) is interpreted as WORKDAY.INTL(0.05) , the quotient of 10 divided by 10 divided by 2000.
- If you specify the weekends as a string, make sure that you enclose the string in quotation marks.
- WORKDAY.INTL is similar to WORKDAY, but it allows weekend days to be specified for areas where Saturday and Sunday are not considered the weekend.
- WORKDAY.INTL calculates the number of work days between two dates. To calculate the working day a specific number of days ahead of a date, use NETWORKDAYS.INTL.