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    Is it possible to format a cell to show the DAY after you type in the DATE? For example, if a user would type "5/9/02" the cell would then convert it to "Thursday, May 9, 2002" upon exit. It sounds simple and I know it can be done in Word, but can Excel do it?

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    Try formatting the cell as: -

    dddd, mmmm, d yyyy

    [ This Message was edited by: Mudface on 2002-05-09 07:04 ]

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    Mudface-

    I dig your name and your solution worked.

    Thanks!

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