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Windows 7: Excel 2010 question: Date 00-00-0000 (08-03-2012)(dd-mm-yyyy)

08 Mar 2012   #1
support4u

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Excel 2010 question: Date 00-00-0000 (08-03-2012)(dd-mm-yyyy)

Yo folks,

Annoying little thing in excel,
I want to show the date exactly like this: 00-00-0000 (08-03-2012)(dd-mm-yyyy)
Instead excel removes the zero's like this: 0-0-0000 (8-3-2012) (d-m-yyyy)

Is it possible to keep the zero's?

Thanks in advanced,


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08 Mar 2012   #2
DavidE

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what i think you want is to format the cells with a custom format...

Use dd/mm/yyyy for the Type

edit: use dd-mm-yyyy for the Type
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08 Mar 2012   #3
support4u

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Works like a charm.
Completely overlookt the custom option.
Thanks!
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