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Do you know how to save this column of birth dates in format mm/dd/yyyy from this Excel 2003 file?

Do you know how to save this column of birth dates in format mm/dd/yyyy from this Excel 2003 file?
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Norie

8/22/2022 - Mon
madhatter5501

here you go
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Norie

Are these definitely dates?

Not sure what you mean about saving, but if you want to convert dates you can try this.

1 Select a blank cell in the worksheet.

2 Copy the blank cell.

3 Select the 'dates'.

4 Goto Paste>Paste Special... and select Add from the operation section.

5 With the dates still selected goto Format and chose your date format.
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