## How do I calculate days difference between dates in Excel?

To find the number of days between these two dates, you can enter “=B2-B1” (without the quotes into cell B3). Once you hit enter, Excel will automatically calculate the number of days between the two dates entered.

### How do I calculate the number of minutes between two times in Excel?

Another simple technique to calculate the duration between two times in Excel is using the TEXT function:

- Calculate hours between two times: =TEXT(B2-A2, “h”)
- Return hours and minutes between 2 times: =TEXT(B2-A2, “h:mm”)
- Return hours, minutes and seconds between 2 times: =TEXT(B2-A2, “h:mm:ss”)

**How do I use Datedif in Excel?**

The DATEDIF function has three arguments.

- Fill in “d” for the third argument to get the number of days between two dates.
- Fill in “m” for the third argument to get the number of months between two dates.
- Fill in “y” for the third argument to get the number of years between two dates.

**Why is Datedif not showing in Excel?**

DATEDIF is not a standard function and hence not part of functions library and so no documentation. Microsoft doesn’t promote to use this function as it gives incorrect results in few circumstances.

## How do you calculate time difference between sheets?

You need to use the following formula: ‘=(C2-A2)’. This formula gives you the elapsed time between the two cells and displays it as hours. You can take this calculation one step further by adding dates too.

### How do you calculate hours and minutes?

Take your number of minutes and divide by 60.

- Take your number of minutes and divide by 60. In this example your partial hour is 15 minutes:
- Add your whole hours back in to get 41.25 hours. So 41 hours, 15 minutes equals 41.25 hours.
- Multiply your rate of pay by decimal hours to get your total pay before taxes.

**Why don’t I have Datedif function in Excel?**