=MONTH FORMULA

Deano

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Hi

If I use the formul =month(today()), I get a result of 11.

Can I modify this formula to bring back a result of November instead of month 11 without creating a list in a range of cells within the workbook?

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Hi Alan

Appologies for sounding dumb, but I'm not sure how to apply this formula that you are suggesting.

Is it a VBA code or an excel formula? If so, where / how do I use it?

regards
 
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Hi Deano, Sorry - didnt read your post properly :oops:

Why not just custom format the date as mmmm or mmm
 
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