# How do I use the DateDiff function in VBA?

## How do I use the DateDiff function in VBA?

Example #1 – To Find Differences in Days Let’s find all kinds of differences between these two dates. Step 1: Create a macro name first. Step 2: Define Two Variables as Date. Step 3: Now, for the Date1 variable, assign “15-01-2018” and for the Date2 variable, assign “15-01-2019”.

## Why is Datedif not showing in Excel?

DATEDIF is not a standard function and hence not part of functions library and so no documentation. Microsoft doesn’t promote to use this function as it gives incorrect results in few circumstances.

How do I subtract years in VBA?

METHOD 1. Subtract years from date

1. Set years = ws.Range(“C5”)
2. Set sdate = ws.Range(“B5”)

How do I find the Datedif function in Excel?

Video Walk Through Instructions

1. Step 1: In cell C9, type 1/1/2021.
2. Step 2: In cell D9, type 5/26/2032.
3. Step 3: In cell E9, type =DateDif(C9,D9,”d”)
4. Step 4: In cell F9, type =DateDif(C9,D9,”m”)
5. Step 5: In cell G9, type =DateDif(C9,D9,”y”).

### How do I use the Datedif function in Excel?

The DATEDIF function has three arguments.

1. Fill in “d” for the third argument to get the number of days between two dates.
2. Fill in “m” for the third argument to get the number of months between two dates.
3. Fill in “y” for the third argument to get the number of years between two dates.

### How to use DATEDIFF in calculated field in access?

HOW TO SUBTRACT TWO DATES TO CALCULATE DATE DIFFERENCE,LIKE THE AGE OF A PERSON?

• HOW TO DETERMINE THE NUMBER OF YEARS BETWEEN TWO DATES? Use Calculated Fields and Datediff function to determine the number of years between two dates.
• HOW TO CALCULATE DATE DIFFERENCE SUCH AS DAYS BETWEEN WHEN A RECORD WAS SUBMITTED AND NOW?
• How do I use DATEDIFF in access query?

Description. The Microsoft Access DateDiff function returns the difference between two date values,based on the interval specified.

• Syntax. The interval of time to use to calculate the difference between date1 and date2.
• Returns.
• Applies To
• Example
• Example in VBA Code.
• Example in SQL/Queries.