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Office 365 - Excel date formatting


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#1 w411

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Posted 14 December 2013 - 01:29 AM

In previous versions of Excel if I have a column formatted for any date format, if I type in a 3 letter month code and the date (ie dec 16) the date is automatically formatted as December 16, 2013.

 

I just tried in Office 365 and it changes the date to December 1, 2016, dec 15 gets converted to December 1, 2015 etc.

 

Anyone have any idea how to get the shortcut functionality back, or if it is even possible?



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