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StartTime : 11:00:00PM
StartDate : 26/06/1999

EndTime : 12:05:00 AM
EndDate : 27/06/1999

How to calculate minutes between StartTime and Endtime?
Only in minutes ok....
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Dim iDiff As Integer
Dim StartTime As String
Dim StartDate As String
Dim EndTime As String
Dim EndDate As String


StartTime = "11:00:00PM"
StartDate = "26/06/1999"

EndTime = "12:05:00 AM"
EndDate = "27/06/1999"

iDiff = DateDiff("n", StartTime & " " & StartDate, EndTime & " " & EndDate)
MsgBox iDiff
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