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    Default Date Format in table

    Hello Everyone

    I have a workbook contains multiple sheets having same coloum header

    B D And G columns are for date ..

    I want if any one put date under above mentioned columns, it should be in dd-mmm-yy else it should not accept or pop up an error that pls provide date in correct format.

    I need this function on all sheets.

    Pls help

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    Default Re: Date Format in table

    Quote Originally Posted by Rahulwork View Post
    provide date in correct format.
    A date format is just that, a format!

    To be valid, dates need to be entered in either a recognised format for your regional settings, or a valid international format. Anything other than that you simply do with cell formatting.
    You could use data validation to check that the dates fall within a specified period if needed. https://www.contextures.com/exceldat...tiondates.html

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