Thread: datecalc v2_86
2014-05-28, 09:41 #1
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I recently began using a piece of this fabulous work (by Macropod, I believe), "Calculate a day, date, month and year, using n days delay," in a mail merge document. The default delay of 14 days didn't even need to be changed, and all was well until today.
Today, 28 May 2014, the calculated date reads "Thursday, 6 November 2014," and, after checking the usual suspects, I am completely stymied.
Does this calc contain a heretofore unmentioned glitch?
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2014-05-28, 18:26 #2
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You evidently haven't made the date format changes to suit your regional settings, as described in the tutorial's introduction.Cheers,
[MS MVP - Word]