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Oct 8 of each year

Posted on 2014-09-24
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experts, what would be the formula to arrive at Oct 8 of each year?  It must be dynamic formula and not entered simply as Oct 8, 2014 and change for each year after that.  

thank you
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by:Kyle Abrahams
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Well, you can start with:
=DATE(2014,10,8)

if you wanted row 1 to be 2014 you could do row() + 2013 for the year . . . or some offset of that kind.

Not sure what you mean by dynamic other then the year has to change.
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by:pdvsa
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Kyle, thanks.  2014 is hard coded and I really need something dynamic.  Maybe Now()?
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by:pdvsa
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something like:
=DATE(NOw(),10,8))  but I dont think that is the answer
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Qlemo earned 500 total points
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Do you want to get 8-Oct-(this year) for the whole year, or should be all dates after 8-Oct to be in next year?

The former is e.g.   = DATE(YEAR(Today()), 10, 8)
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by:Kyle Abrahams
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Olemo is correct . . . year(Today()) would get you the current year.
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