Getting #Value!

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I am trying to use the function =NETWORKING() & =DATEDIF() find the #VALUE!   Can anyone help me to resolve my problem? if you can please help me!  

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Hello,

Kindly explain what you're trying to achieve with the two Date functions
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I believe you mean NETWOKDAYS function.. There is need to provide the Start date
End Date
Holidays (optional argument)

The DATEDIFF has the following syntax
=DATEDIF (start_date, end_date, unit).

So, its practically impossible to deploy NETWORKDAYS and DATEDIF functions together... Either you deploy any of the two functions