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From Tim Wilkins <t...@mediatel.co.uk>
Subject Re: non-built-in date format
Date Wed, 03 Mar 2004 15:07:17 GMT
In Excel use the "Custom Format" option under the cell properties (I'm 
assuming you are using a template to specify format). You can create 
your own custom date formats there.

I managed to get your format working in my spreadsheet by doing this :)

Karl-Heinz Zengerle wrote:

> Hi world.
>
> How can I output a date in the format „dd.MM.yyyy“ to a cell? 
> According to the documentation this isn’t a built-in-format.
>
> With another format it’s already running fine but I’m sure that users 
> don’t want to see that notation.
>
> MfG
>
> Karl-Heinz Zengerle
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