I have a number representing an expiry date that is sent from a supplier in a CSV file. For example 20130228 represents and expiry date of 28/02/2013. When I try and format this to a date in excel all I get is a load of hash marks (see screenshot)
How do I get this data into an excel date format?
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Convert between Excel file formats (.XLS, .XLSX, .XLSM) with/without macro option
David Miller (dlmille)
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