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Date difference in a query

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I am struggling with a simple task of finding the difference between the earliest date and latest date for records held in a sub-form. The dates are not necessarily always entered in the correct sequence, but the subform data re sorts itself after a new entry has been made so the first date is at the top and the last date at the bottom. Counting the records isn't a problem, but getting the difference betwen first and last date in days is.

Can anyone help me please
Mar 19 '07 #1
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This will give you the difference in days. Use "m" for months.
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  1. DateDiff("d", DMin("[Date Field]", "Table"), DMin("[Date Field]", "Table"))
Mar 19 '07 #2

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