Grouping Dates

lionstud31

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Is there a way to have a date in this format (1/15/06) in column A, but column B Transfers it to the first day of the month (1/1/06)?
 

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plettieri

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Hi:

From one of Yogi's posts...try this


=EOMONTH("28-Jan-06",-1)+1

substitute the "date" for cell of interest


plettieri
 

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