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The NETWORKDAYS function in Excel is a date and time function that will tell you how many working days are between two dates. If you're trying to find out how many working days are in a specific interval but also to exclude holidays and custom days off, you can use NETWORKDAYS to find out automatically how many working days there are in that start and end date interval.

The start date and end date arguments in the NETWORKDAYS function are required. The third argument is optional, but in this video I'm going to use it.

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