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Calendar is not populating dates on the correct day

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Here is my second question to:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Office_Suites/MS_Office/Excel/Q_28141375.html

In my calendar, the dates don't seem to be aligning correctly when I select a month from my validated drop down box. Calendar won't do much if its not correctly showing the correct days to each date. Attachment is below. Thanks again
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Hi,

I have resolved the compilation issue(s) you were experiencing.

Please refer to the updated workbook attached to the following comment:

[ http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Office_Suites/MS_Office/Excel/Q_28141375.html#a39206455 ]

BFN,

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Thanks Fanpages, I'm still having the issue of having the calendar not having the dates fall on the correct day. For some reason when I do a check, July 2013 is 2 days ahead. All the information from my table is going in the correct box but the label of the date is not coinciding correctly.
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

I found my solution
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Could the problem be something to do with the calendar being a bit out?

For example, the first day of July 2013 is on a Monday, not a Saturday.

How are you working out the weekday for the first day of the month?
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Thanks Fanpages, I'm still having the issue of having the calendar not having the dates fall on the correct day. For some reason when I do a check, July 2013 is 2 days ahead. All the information from my table is going in the correct box but the label of the date is not coinciding correctly.

You're welcome.

No, I didn't look at the issue with the Calendar, but I see imnorie has addressed that in the comment below:

[ http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Office_Suites/MS_Office/Excel/Q_28142526.html#a39206779 ]

I have requested attention from the site's Moderators to resolve the allocation of points so that you do not double-up/waste points accepting two threads.
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Can someone clarify to me where I should actually be posting?

I posted the code for fixing the dates in the other thread by mistake.

I was just about to take a look at the problem with the details on the calendar and the concatentation thing.
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imnorie:
Can someone clarify to me where I should actually be posting?

Sorry, I cannot help you.  I asked for clarification by requesting attention, but I am even more confused now! :)
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Same here.

I was just going to start looking at the problem as well.

Oh, wait a minute, I don't really know what  I should be looking at.:)
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This is the workbook I posted, accidentally, in the other thread.

I think that may have caused confusion.
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