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    I have an entire column of the number of days accounts have been overdrawn. I have to manually change all the days each time i send this somewhere. Is there a formula i can use that will automatically add the number of days to the current date the spreadsheet is being viewed

    Lets say column E has the 1st date account was overdrawn, i want column F to show the number of days the account is overdrawn.

    I hope i explained it correctly. Thanks for your time in reading my post, if you have any ideas i would GREATLY appreciate it

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    Lets say column E has the 1st date account was overdrawn, i want column F to show the number of days the account is overdrawn.


    In F2 enter:

    =TODAY()-E2

    Format F2 as General.

    Is this what you wanted?

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    You are a lifesaver!!!!

    thanks!!!!


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