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Hi Experts,

Need your help on -
to get total number of month & date between two dates.
Say Start date is 15 Jan 2014 & end date is 26 Jul 2014
I need some thing like this 6.10 month.days

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check this sample if it is as you want to be ...
It calculates also option that you insert date from different years
sample.xlsx
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Perhaps:

=DATEDIF(F1,G1,"m")&"."&(DATEDIF(F1,G1,"md")-1)

where F1, G1 contain the dates
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Sure I will try and let you know , purpose is want to calculate rate of return between two dates ...monthly basis I.e. if I had earned 53% return between these two dates then what is my monthly return.
I am headed toward right way? Pls suggest.

Travelling +>test your formula as soon as reach home.

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