Custom date format

lizika15

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Jan 19, 2003
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I have cells with mmmm.yyyy format (e.g. january.2005). Enyone knows if it is possible to get results in cappital letters (JANUARY.2005)?

Thx,

Janez.
 

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Harvey

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Nov 18, 2004
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I think you need a formula for it because its not possible with data validation or notation.
 

cmart02

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Feb 14, 2005
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You can do something like this:

=UPPER(TEXT(B18,"MMMM.YYYY"))

Which you give the result you're looking for.

Regards
Robert
 

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