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## Be sure that we're in working day..

Hi guys ( stalwar1‌ )

Afer a loong day, I really can't think anymore

so, I really need ur help; the question is rather simple:

if I select a date; I want to go back one Month.

the expression I'm using is:

date( date(Today()-1)- round( MonthEnd(Today()-30)- MonthStart(Today()-30)))

But, with that, going back from 12/12/2017 using this: I got 12/11/2017 which is a sunday.. How can I go back to the closest WORKING DATE (monday or friday) ?

Thanks !

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MVP

To go back to Nov 10th

=FirstWorkDate(Date(Date(Today()-1) - Round(MonthEnd(Today()-30)- MonthStart(Today()-30))), 1)

To go forward to Nov 13th

=LastWorkDate(Date(Date(Today()-1) - Round(MonthEnd(Today()-30)- MonthStart(Today()-30))), 1)

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MVP

To go back to Nov 10th

=FirstWorkDate(Date(Date(Today()-1) - Round(MonthEnd(Today()-30)- MonthStart(Today()-30))), 1)

To go forward to Nov 13th

=LastWorkDate(Date(Date(Today()-1) - Round(MonthEnd(Today()-30)- MonthStart(Today()-30))), 1)

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That obviously worked Thanks sun !

Specialist

Maybe something like this:

date( date(Today()-1)-networkdays(MonthStart(Today()-30)), date(Today()-1))

Hope it helps,

Andrés

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Every contribution is to salute Andrès !

Thanks !

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Sun,

What baout Last Year?

=FirstWorkDate(Date(Date(Today()-1) - Round(YearEnd(Today(1))- YearStart(Today(1)))), 1)

?

MVP

Seems like it, right?

MVP

Although, this might be eased down to this

Year

=FirstWorkDate(AddYears(Today()-1, -1), 1)

Month

=FirstWorkDate(AddMonths(Today()-1, -1), 1)

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