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Separate in Excel Dates in to 3 different cells

Posted on 2011-03-10
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Hello,

I have a roster with a Birthdays in one cell   examples 2/13/2011  and I need to separate the date in 3 cell example  2       13           2010  does anybody know how I can do this I tried = right 4 and it give me a weird number.
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use:
=Day(A1)

=Month(A1)

=year(A1)
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Assuming you have your Dates in A1 and down and you want the Day/Month/Year in the next columns, then:
in A1 you have "2/13/2011"
in B1 put "=Day(A1)"
in C1 put "=Month(A1)"
in D1 put "=Year(A1)"
Then copy columns B, C & D down to cover the Birthdays you have in column A.
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