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Date formula error

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I am using in cell c2 the following formula =Date(Year(Currentdate),Month(CurrentDate),0)
And getting 31 March 2011 as the returned result
When I need today's date

And in cell b2 I have =Date(Year(c2),month(c2),0) and so on for a2


What's wrong here??
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To get the current date just use =NOW() and format the cell to display the date in the appropriate format

Michael
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Thanks for the feedback

So how would I get dec12 in cell b2 depending on the date in cell c2 less one month
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