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> Calculate Difference Between Dates In Pivot Table, Office 2013    
post Jul 3 2019, 10:27 AM

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Hello UA!

I am working on a pivot table and need some help. I have a "due date" and a "done date" and I want to show the number of days between the two dates. Is this possible? I have attached a snippit of how my pivot table is displayed. The cells highlighted in yellow are "due dates" and the ones in blue are "done dates". Any help will be appreciated!

Thanks again!
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post Jul 8 2019, 08:25 AM

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Joined: 3-April 19
From: Cardiff

Good Afternoon,

There are many ways to manipulate a pivot table so it is very possible to calculate the difference between 2 dates.

Here is a good site for learning some pivot filter basics

Half way down the page there is a section on "Difference From" that comes with a neat little youtube video, give it a go and hopefully you can get the pivot to do what you like.

I would offer to have a look but I despise pivot tables with every atom in my very body!


~ Castiel

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