Creating Date Range in Excel for Quarterly Reporting

I'm trying to get a report to run based on Quarters.  I need the Quarter date to display based on a date in another cell.  I Currently have:

=IF(ROUNDUP(MONTH(D2)/3,0)=1,"01/01/11..03/31/11",IF(ROUNDUP(MONTH(D2)/3,0)=2,"04/01/11..06/30/11",IF(ROUNDUP(MONTH(D2)/3,0)=3,"07/01/11..09/30/11","10/01/10..12/31/11")))

However, I have to go in each year to change the year.  I would like the year to change automatically.
I need the result to display as: 1/1/2011..3/31/2011 (which would change according to the quarter)
babstxAsked:
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jppintoCommented:
You can change your formula to this:

=IF(ROUNDUP(MONTH(D2)/3,0)=1,"01/01/" & RIGHT(YEAR(D2),2)&"..03/31/"& RIGHT(YEAR(D2),2),IF(ROUNDUP(MONTH(D2)/3,0)=2,"04/01/"&RIGHT(YEAR(D2),2)&"..06/30/"& RIGHT(YEAR(D2),2),IF(ROUNDUP(MONTH(D2)/3,0)=3,"07/01/"&RIGHT(YEAR(D2),2)&"..09/30/"&RIGHT(YEAR(D2),2),"10/01/"&RIGHT(YEAR(D2),2)&"..12/31/"&RIGHT(YEAR(D2),2))))

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jppintoCommented:
Working example attached...
Book4.xls
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babstxAuthor Commented:
Thank you!
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Patrick MatthewsCommented:
This one is a bit shorter :)

=TEXT(DATE(YEAR(D2),CHOOSE(MONTH(D2),1,1,1,4,4,4,7,7,7,10,10,10),1),"mm/dd/yy")&".."&TEXT(DATE(YEAR(D2),CHOOSE(MONTH(D2),1,1,1,4,4,4,7,7,7,10,10,10)+3,0),"mm/dd/yy")
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jppintoCommented:
:) good work matthew...
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Patrick MatthewsCommented:
Shorter still:

=TEXT(DATE(YEAR(D5),3*ROUNDUP(MONTH(D5)/3,0)-2,1),"mm/dd/yy")&".."&TEXT(DATE(YEAR(D5),3*ROUNDUP(MONTH(D5)/3,0)+1,0),"mm/dd/yy")
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