Date not showing correct year

Correct macro to show the correct date in Instrument column.  Also the contents of the Spread# column, Qty column, and soon to be Pos# column should be centered horizontally.
TradeHist-2.3e.xlsm
rtod2Asked:
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MakriniCommented:
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MakriniCommented:
Your dates in the raw data show 2011 (in column G of pm).  May be to do with your csv import as CSV dates and Excel are not kind to one another.

We could however strip the month and year from your "Exec Time" = may be more what you are looking for?
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rtod2Author Commented:
I'm starting to see this a little clearer.  Notice the Exp dates in this screenshot >> http://screencast.com/t/PmAkoey5u .  In particular notice the top IOC item.  11-Jan means that it expires Jan 2011.
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MakriniCommented:
This might resolve that

 TradeHist-2.3e.xlsm
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rtod2Author Commented:
Almost!  Instrument column appears to be correct now, but the contents of the Qty column should be centered horizontally.  The contents of the Spread# column are centered correctly, but the contents of the Spread column should be left justified.
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rtod2Author Commented:
Amazing!!

New question on the way...
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MakriniCommented:
That was a goodie - I had never thought of stripping datevalues from datevalues before but it just popped to front of mind this time.

  By the way, eventually I will clean the code up a bit as its organically grown from something I didn't initially write.  Needs a bit of a cleanup to be readable by other coders
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