Days Overdue

Ben_Holmes

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Hi,

I want to use a function which calculates how many days an audit is overdue.

In Column J I have if Audit has been complete Input = Either Yes or No

In Column H I have the date which the audit should be complete Input is the date.

In Cell C1 I have todays date.

Obviously if the Date is in the future it is not overdue.

Can any body help with a formula.

Its probably very simple but my head is not working!!

:oops:

Regards

Ben
 

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Ben_Holmes

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That Is Great - I have been playing with the IF but could not find an appropriate function.

THanks

I will beable to sleep tonight now!

Cheers

Ben
 

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