01/04/18

  1. King Mustard

    Displaying only the first two letters of the day

    Type: dd/mm/yy "("ddd")";@ Shows: 01/04/18 (Sun) However, I want "Sun" to only show "Su". The following idea doesn't work: Type: dd/mm/yy "("dd")";@ Shows: 01/04/18 (01) Any ideas?
  2. M

    VBA to Create Rows based on date differences

    Hi All, Hopefully a very simple query - which maybe covered within the forum - yet can't find or pinpoint what the search criteria would be to locate it. Simple four column spreadsheet all unique, the last three columns are start date, end date, variance (the other one is name) I'd like a...

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