Format Month Number Variable as mm ?

kyddrivers

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I am writing a script that will save files to a new monthly directory for 3 months in advance.

Directory naming convention is this: 04-April 2020

I can get the year and I can get the month name. I can get the month number to return 4, but I need 04.

VBA Code:
FY = Year(Date)

FM = MonthName(Month(DateAdd("m", 3, Date)))

FMN = Month(DateAdd("m", 3, Date))


FY returns 2020
FM returns April
FMN returns 4

Thanks in advance for your assistance!
 

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KOKOSEK

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Office Version
  1. 365
  2. 2013
Platform
  1. Windows
FMN = Format(Month(DateAdd("m", 3, Date)), "00")
 
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