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    I am trying to calculate the total number of days between two dates. The problem is that my copy of Excel 2000 does not list 'DATEDIF' in the function list. When I enter this function, the cell returns an error. eg. DATEDIF(B2,G2,D)
    Is there a way to get this function or is there something else wrong?

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    On 2002-03-04 11:09, Anonymous wrote:
    I am trying to calculate the total number of days between two dates. The problem is that my copy of Excel 2000 does not list 'DATEDIF' in the function list. When I enter this function, the cell returns an error. eg. DATEDIF(B2,G2,D)
    Is there a way to get this function or is there something else wrong?
    The format should be
    =DATEDIF(B2,G2,"D")

    for this rouge, sort of unrecognized / not documented function. You could, however, simply use
    =G2-B2
    and format to general.

    good luck

    [ This Message was edited by: IML on 2002-03-04 11:23 ]

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