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    Excel formula (2003 Service pak2)

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    Re: Excel formula (2003 Service pak2)

    Here's one way:

    =CHOOSE(MOD(TODAY(),7),"Sun","Mon","Tues","Wed","T hurs","Fri","Sat")
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    Re: Excel formula (2003 Service pak2)

    The picture below shows formulas and the result of the formulas. This particular day is a Thursday and you can see how it would display. If it were Tuesday, then the Tuesday formula would give a similar result. The formula results in a blank cell ("") if the result is False. Hope this helps... And welcome to Woody's Lounge

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    Re: Excel formula (2003 Service pak2)

    Would this do what you want?

    <code>
    ="Today is "&TEXT(TODAY(),"dddd")
    </code>
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