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Convert YYYYMMDD date to Julian date in excel

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how do I convert a YYYYMMDD date to a Julian date in excel?  or maybe I should say  Julian Day Number (JDN), YYYYJJJ.
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Julian format needs a four-digit year
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=LEFT(A1,4)&DAYS(DATE(LEFT(A1,4),MID(A1,5,2),RIGHT(A1,2)),DATE(LEFT(A1,4),1,1))
If your original date is in A1.

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Sorry, need to +1...the Days formula calculates the days between two dates
=LEFT(A1,4)&DAYS(DATE(LEFT(A1,4),MID(A1,5,2),RIGHT(A1,2)),DATE(LEFT(A1,4),1,1))+1
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