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Dat formatting in a formula

Posted on 2016-09-27
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Experts, how would I format the 'Date Entry'!D23  to date format?  

="for the period between " &'Date Entry'!D23 & "and " &'Date Entry'!E23

the output is like so:
for the period between 42542and 42724


thank you
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Try This :

="for the period between " & TEXT('Date Entry'!D23, "dd/mm/yyyy") & " and " & TEXT('Date Entry'!E23, "dd/mm/yyyy")
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perfect.  thank you
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