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How to Change Date Format in Excel | Change Date Format in Microsoft Excel

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I'm glad you're back on our channel.

I'll demonstrate this in today's video.


Let's start now:

1. To format a date column, choose it
● Click on ctrl +1 or command +1

2. From the categories
● Select Date

3. From the type menu
● Choose the date format you want

Additionally, a sample of the format is provided here.

You can modify the format to use any language you choose.

Now, how to develop a unique date format option for Excel

● In a category menu section
● Select custom

To change the date format, click here.

● Go to custom and type that format code
● Enter this in the provided space to see

It was successful.

Are you aware that there are various codes for the date format?
Let me give you a summary of some of them
Consider adding a date format like this.

Therefore, you will format it as follows:

1. For 01-12months in number=nm
2. For Date 01-30=dd
3. Year as 2000- 2022=yyyy

Please search Google for additional such codes.

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