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Using calculations with the current date in World Writer

Using calculations with the current date in World Writer

Using calculations with the current date in World Writer


I need to run a weekly aging report that will have a column showing how many calendar days between today's date and a date in the system of when a home should have closed escrow.

So far I've set up a report in World Writer with a column displaying the date the home should have closed.  Then I export to Excel.  From Excel I use =TODAY()-ClosedDateCell to get the difference in the column.

Can I use a calculation like this in World Writer so the report can be printed without exporting to Excel?

RE: Using calculations with the current date in World Writer

No, you cannot do that. Dates and date manipulation is different in World Writers. Check the following web site, for better WW info. www.jdelist.com

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