Formula or VBA code needed

ChrisFoster

Board Regular
Joined
Jun 21, 2019
Messages
131
Office Version
  1. 365
Platform
  1. Windows
Hi all,

I currently have lots of dates in column A, the current format is dd/mm/yyyy (UK not US).
I need those dates to show in column B as 01/mm/yyyy, so the day is always 01 followed by the specific month and year.

I currently do this by converting the date to text as mm/yyyy then use the Datevalue function to put it back to date format.

Is there any formula or line of VBA code that I can use to just do this in one go?

Kind Regards,

Chris
 

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