Application.DateDifference method (Project)
Returns the duration between two dates in minutes, for an automatically scheduled task.
expression A variable that represents an Application object.
|StartDate||Required||Variant||The date used as the beginning of the duration.|
|FinishDate||Required||Variant||The date used as the end of the duration.|
|Calendar||Optional||Object||A resource or task base calendar object. The default value is the calendar of the active project.|
To get a difference between two dates for a manually scheduled task, which uses an effective calendar that can include non-working time, use the EffectiveDateDifference property.
The following example displays the duration of a task that begins on 7/11/97 at 8 A.M. and ends on 7/13/97 at 5:00 P.M.
Sub FindDuration() MsgBox Application.DateDifference ("7/11/97 8:00 AM", "7/13/97 5:00 PM") End Sub
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