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Use dates and times in Excel formulas

Use dates and times in Excel formulas: Excel for Mac 2016: Advanced Formulas and Functions
Use dates and times in Excel formulas: Excel for Mac 2016: Advanced Formulas and Functions

Excel stores dates as numbers beginning with January 1st, 1900 with the value 1 and each subsequent day being one number larger. This allows adding/subtracting number to/from dates, as well as subtracting dates to calculate day, month or year differences. Times are stored as fractional portions of days.

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