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Default Calculating Number of days from one date to another

I need I formula to calculate the number of days from one date to

01-May-06 to 05-June-06 = 36 days

I've tried the 360 day function, but the problem being it calculates
based on 360 days not the number of days in each month. Each month is
either 28, 30,or 31 days in it. I need a formula that calculates on
the month not the day. Please somebody help me with this!!

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Default Calculating Number of days from one date to another

Your example just states the number of days, and this can be obtained
by subtracting one date from the other and formatting as number with
zero decimal places. You might also look into using DATEDIF if you want
to express the result as x months y days.

Hope this helps.


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