Excel Formula: Count Days Until Expiration Date
Supposing there is a list of expiration dates, how can you count the days between today and each expiration date in Excel by formula?
Syntaxt and Arguments
|Expiration_date: the date that expires.|
The formula returns a numeric value. If the result is a negative value, it means the expiration date is in past.
#VALUE! error appears when:
1) The expiration_date argument is not a valid date in Excel.
2) The expiration_date argument is less than 1/1/1900.
How this formula works
To count the days until expiration dates in cell B3:B5, please use below formula:
Press Enter key to get the first result, then drag autofill handle down to cell C5.
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