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amend if formula to remove 00/01/1900

Posted on 2014-03-25
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Hi Expert's Excel 2007

I need to amend the following formula

=IF(A2="Complete",TEXT(TODAY(),"dd/mm/yyyy"),D2)
so if d2 is blank the return blank and not 00/01/1900 as date field where every I insert this formula.
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Try this
=IF(A2="Complete",TEXT(TODAY(),"dd/mm/yyyy"),IF(D2="","",D2))

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Thanks for the feedback itjockey. ..
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You Are So Fast In Asking & Accepting !!! :)
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