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    I have a list of few hundred clients addresses and their date-of-birth and I wish to format the birthday column to reflect the year of birth to 2002 so that I can do sorting by month (use for mail merging and sending out birthday cards)

    EG:
    3-Mar-1946
    18-May-1957
    28-Sept-1967

    To be formated to:
    3-Mar-2002
    18-May-2002
    28-Sept-2002

    Which formula should I use and how should the formula be keyed in.

    Any help will be appreciated.

    Thanks

    Ricky
    rlimlm@yahoo.com

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    If your dates are in column A:

    =DATE(2002,MONTH(A1),DAY(A1))

    in another column and pasted down will do the trick. Of course format this column as date
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