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VBA: Find the number of days that occured between dates in records. Example Attached

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In the attached worksheet I have two tabs. The first tab is example data I am working with. The second tab is the result I am looking for. The data lives in a MS Access 2016 database.

I worked with a expert on this forum seeking a query solution. However he recommended VBA as a solution.

What I need to do is to loop the sorted table in VBA and then, record by record, find the count of days between each originatordn and the previous record.
Then append the record to a new table.

The goal is to calculate the days since last call for every originatordn.

Example Result:
originatordn      Date      Month      Year      DaysSinceLastCall
2053843380      01-Jan-17      1      2017      0
2053843380      03-Jan-17      1      2017      2
2053843380      05-Jan-17      1      2017      2
2053843380      08-Jan-17      1      2017      3
2053843380      18-Jan-17      1      2017      10
2053843380      28-Jan-17      1      2017      10
Example_DaysSinceLastCall.xlsx
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