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Hello All,

I have 2 questions please:

-      A list which I would like to calculate how many days between the “Created” & “Modified” fields, ex: created: 3/29/2014 and Modified: 4/1/2014, that equals 3 days, and assign the result into another field (Number). Can this be done by SP Workflow or InfoPath?

-      I would like to send the number of items on a list to a field located into another list.

Thank you
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The links helped me a lot.. Thanks
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