custom date format: 22nd Nov 2005

oliver_penney

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hi

quick question, is there a custom date format that puts "st", "nd", "rd" or "th" after the number in a date format (or even a number format i suppose)

e.g. 22nd nov 05

if there's not, no worries, could always do it the hard way with a few IFs
 

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GlennUK

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Nope, Microsoft, in their infinite wisdom, omitted that option from the date formats.
 
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