Excel 97 Date Formula Help!

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featherh

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Need help setting up a date formula in Excel '97.

Have first date of today, have second date of next available appointment. Need Excel to formuate the turn-around time (i.e. today 4/6/04, next appt date 5/5/04 = 29 days.

How do I do this??? It's driving me crazy. It's probably something quite simply that I'm not think of!

Thanks!

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In addition to the Datedif function provided by Phil, you can format the cell that houses the formula as General and use,

=B1-A1&" days"

where B1 is the end date and A1 is the start date.
 
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