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Date Formatting


Where i have     =now()

It returns "14/09/2012 17:57"

I want to return 14 Sep

How do i change this?

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Select the cell then right-click and Format Cells.

From the Number tab, select Date.

Choose the one that comes closest to your request, probably one that say 14-Mar.

If you want to replace the - with a space, go now to Custom.. you should see something like

[$-409]d-mmm;@ depending on regional settings, in your Type field...

you can replace the dash between the d and mmm with a space.
Seamus2626Author Commented:
Off course, thank you!
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