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How to exclude data which is on weekends?

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  1. varic

    varic Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    We have a situation, where every month we need to sum let's say numbers, which are only on working days.

    Maybe you have any ideas how to do this?

    Thanks
     
  2. Rockn

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    In what sort of application,Excel, Access....something else???
     
  3. Zack Barresse

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    Hi, welcome to the board!

    In addition to needing to know what application you're using, we would like to know what version, and where your data is housed. If Access, table details, if Excel, range details, etc.
     
  4. varic

    varic Thread Starter

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    Sorry, forgot to say that it is in excel 2007.

    Every month we have days listed automatically and some numbers in the row below. We would like to know is it possible to create a formula, that every month would automatically sum data, which is only on working days.

    http://www.box.net/s/ztnkzv0yhj04tmfoqdm3

    Bs
     
  5. Zack Barresse

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    To answer your question, yes.

    Can't give you more information than that, as you haven't provided it. Give us information, we'll give you a solution. Give us a question, we'll give you an answer. And the only answer you can achieve, is yes. Otherwise elaborate with more details please.

    Yes, I looked at the picture, and no, it doesn't tell me anything. Specifics.
     
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