Micro$oft corporate policy is to never make anything too easy!

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I will definitely second that!

However, ln(10) is calculable, but not using the ln() function, as it doesn't exist, thus making the statement invalid!

In fact,

ln(10) = 1/LOG(e) [where Log is to base 10]

so you could use this in code, assuming you know what 'e' is!

Having said all that, looking at both Excel & Access Log functions (in VBA), both only have a built in natural log function, so I am not sure what the problem is/was ???

MTB