Calculate dates as The Number Of Days, Months Or Years Between Two Dates
The two formulas I tried below show the wrong output when trying to figure the days between 12/8/2011 to 1/2/2012. It should show 0 years, 0 months, 24 days, not 138 days. I did notice when the day of the month on the start date is before the day of the month of the end date, the formula seems to work. Ref. the second dates on the first example.
Example 1 Start End 12/8/2011 1/2/2012 = 0 years, 0 months, 138 days
Wrong display. should show 0 years, 0 months, 24 days
Start End 12/1/2011 1/2/2012 = 0 years, 1 months, 1 days
Note that when the start date "day", (1), is before the end date "day", (2) the formula seems to work.
First formula used above: =DATEDIF(B3,C3-(MOD(B3,1)>MOD(C3,1)),"y")&" years, "&DATEDIF(B3,C3-(MOD(B3,1)>MOD(C3,1)),"ym")&" months, "&DATEDIF(B3,C3-(MOD(B3,1)>MOD(C3,1)),"md")&" days"
Example 2 Start End 12/8/2011 1/2/2012 = 0 years, 0 months, 138 days
Should show 0 years, 0 months, 24 days
Second formula tried above: =DATEDIF(B10,C10,"y") & " years, " & DATEDIF(B10,C10,"ym") & " months, " & DATEDIF(B10,C10,"md") & " days"
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