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OpsCreditCrisis 25-01-2013.xls

Hi,

I need to mix workday formula with the above text.

So i need to mix the formula "WORKDAY(NOW(),-1)" with text formula so tomorrow i would get

OpsCreditCrisis 26-01-2013.xls

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I do not think you can because it is two different formats in the same cell.

You need to putt the text in one cell and right justify it and =NOW() in the adjacent cell and left justify it.

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Do you mean?

="OpsCreditCrisis "&Text(WORKDAY(NOW(),-1),"dd-mm-yyyy")&".xls"
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Thats the one!

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