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Formula for Yesterday
Name Manager, New Name. Yesterday =TODAY()-1. OK. Then, use =YESTERDAY in any cell. Tomorrow could be =TODAY()+1.

PaddyD

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Yes, but only in recent versions (XP & 2002 I think). what are you using?

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PaddyD

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Out of luck if you're using '97. Not a menu option & no work around that I know of...

Paddy

(although saying 'no' is usually an invitation to be proved wrong)
 

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