Microsoft KB Archive/171060
Article ID: 171060
Article Last Modified on 1/20/2007
- Microsoft Project 2000 Standard Edition
- Microsoft Project 98 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q171060
In Microsoft Project 98 or later, when you attempt to use a Microsoft Project version 4.0 or Microsoft Project for Windows 95, version 4.1, macro that uses the Visual Basic for Applications DateAdd or DateDifference method, it does not function correctly.
This behavior occurs in Microsoft Project 98 or later because the DateAdd or DateDifference methods must be fully qualified by the Application object or they will not function correctly.
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To work around this behavior, in Microsoft Project 98 or later, precede the DateAdd or DateDifference method with Application. For example to use the DateDifference command in Microsoft Project 98 or later, change this code
Sub Test() MsgBox DateDifference("1/1","6/1") End Sub
Sub Test() MsgBox Application.DateDifference("1/1","6/1") End Sub
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