In this Excel Training video, we’re leveraging date calculations in Excel, unveiling a versatile formula that empowers you to count the number of days between user-specified start and end dates. But that’s just the beginning — we’re also taking it a step further by demonstrating how this formula can calculate the precise number of weeks, months, and years that lie between those two crucial points in time.
So, whether you’re tracking project timelines, analyzing historical data, or planning future endeavors, follow along as we show you how to master this date formula in Excel.
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Enter the following into cell C2:
=B2 - A2
Enter the following into cell D2:
=INT(B2-A2) / 7
Enter the following into cell E2:
=DATEDIF(A2, B2, "m")
Enter the following into cell F2:
=DATEDIF(A2, B2, "y")