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change 20141106 into 06/11/2014

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Is there a way to change a [General] number like 20141106 into a date 06//11/2014

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Rory Archibald earned 2000 total points
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With a formula, assuming that data is in A1:
=TEXT(A1,"0000-00-00")+0
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brilliant Rory, thanks
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