Excel Vba Datediff Not Working
No, create an account now. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Code: Option Explicit Sub test() MsgBox vbaDateDiff("1/1/2010", "12/12/2010", "m") End Sub Function vbaDateDiff(ByVal FirstDateCell As String, ByVal SecondDateCell As String, ByVal StringCode As String) As Long vbaDateDiff = Evaluate("DATEDIF(DATEVALUE(""" & FirstDateCell Setting Description Yyyy Year Q Quarter M Month Y Day of year D Day W Weekday Ww Week H Hour N Minute S Second Date1 Mandatory Type: Date Date1, one of check over here
Results 1 to 3 of 3 Thread: DateDiff Not Working Thread Tools Show Printable Version Search Thread Advanced Search September 7th, 2006 #1 TheStellaFella View Profile View Forum Posts I Learn how to use our KB tags! -||- Ken's Excel Website -||- Ken's Excel Forums -||- My Blog -||- Excel Training Calendar This is a shameless plug for my new book Remember Me? What if i want Feb/May to be one quarter.
Did I cheat? ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.9/ Connection to 0.0.0.9 failed. That messes up what i wanted to do bigtime. Register To Reply 02-12-2012,12:45 PM #7 jetted View Profile View Forum Posts Valued Forum Contributor Join Date 12-16-2004 Location Canada, Quebec Posts 363 Re: datediff not working in 2010 thanks to
Here is a post I have given in the past explaining why I am making this recommendation... mattytun replied Nov 13, 2016 at 10:36 AM Help for a sad situation esp... Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Like this thread? You might want to reconsider using the DATEDIF function.
You're asking for dates from different quarters. ("q") 6/16 is in the first quarter, 7/17 in the second (hence -1) Jan/April are one quarter removed Oct/Nov are same quarter, and so Click here to join today! tell us what dates you tried, what interval you specified and what result you got... CDate(DateSerial(1900,2,29)) 01/03/1900 ?
q 3,6,9,12 situation just in case anyone is reading this. Find out more about it here! I am still holding firm to my recommendation that DATEDIF not be used anymore (for the reasons I gave in the paragraph before my ADDITIONAL FOLLOW-UP #1. Register To Reply 02-10-2012,05:25 PM #5 shg View Profile View Forum Posts Forum Guru Join Date 06-21-2007 Location The Great State of Texas MS-Off Ver 2003, 2010 Posts 36,848 Re: datediff
- And even if you move wholly to XL2010, there is always the "they broke it once so what would stop them from breaking it again" possibility.
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- Interval Explanation yyyy Year q Quarter m Month y Day of year d Day w Weekday ww Week h Hour n Minute s Second date1 and date2 The two dates to
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Isn't the BBC being extremely irresponsible in describing how to authenticate an account-related email? thansks Last edited by jetted; 02-10-2012 at 02:50 PM. The DateDiff function has three arguments. look at the value on left side tdate = Format(Now(), "mm/dd/yyyy") ========= '02/10/2012 orderdate = Format(orderdate, "mm/dd/yyyy") =='02/02/2012 differenc = DateDiff("d", tdate, orderdate) == excel 2010 ==='getting 243 == excel 2003
But in VBA code, that is an invalid code: Code: ? http://tubemuse.com/excel-vba/excel-usedrange-not-working.html vbFirstFourDays 2 Start with the first week that has at least four days in the new year. All rights reserved. Place your cursor on DateDiff in the Visual Basic Editor and click F1 for help on the other interval specifiers. 3/8 Completed!
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Generated Sun, 13 Nov 2016 15:42:07 GMT by s_wx1196 (squid/3.5.20) Excel-Macro @TutorialHorizon Home Cells Ranges Offset 3D-Ranges Activate ActiveCell Current Region Select Functions Array Functions Date Time Math Functions String User You seem to be returning the difference in years and that's totally not what the OP is asking for and describing the problem to be. –user2140173 Oct 21 '14 at 9:22 Will I get a visa again? http://tubemuse.com/excel-vba/excel-vba-autofit-not-working.html Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
Why (and when) does pattern matching with f[__] perform MUCH more quickly than _f? All the best EDIT: I don't think your function will work on the second scenario i.e. Word for a non-mainstream belief accepted as fact by a sub-culture? It looks as though the 2010 code is assuming dd/mm/yyyy format.
Help keep VBAX clean! Damn it. Reply With Quote 03-20-2007,04:27 PM #7 Ken Puls View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Moderator VBAX Guru Joined Aug 2004 Location Nanaimo, BC, Canada Posts It is an undocumented (and, thus, probably an unsupported) Excel function which appears to be broken in XL2007 at Service Pack 2.
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