Experts, I have the following that returns the # of days but I need to include years. Also, if the txtContractBeginDate is Null or "" i woudl like the field to be blank but it still appends "days".
=IIf([txtContractBeginDate]="","",(([txtContractEndDate]-[txtContractBeginDate]) & " days"))
I would like it to be like so (if terms was 100 days):
0 years and 100 days
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