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    today() without changing after daychange

    hi there again,
    i would like to use some function like today()in my excel worksheet, but i don't want it to be change after a day change.
    is this possible?
    Thank you
    great forum you have here
    regards
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    Re: today() without changing after daychange

    You specify a static date using the DATE function.

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    Re: today() without changing after daychange

    Here is simple code to attach to a macro key or you can change the sub to a function and it will then become a User Defined Function.

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    Re: today() without changing after daychange

    Something like
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    In any cell test it by typing the formula =StaticDate(). Format the cells to show date eg dd/mm/yyyy
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    Re: today() without changing after daychange

    You can also just press Ctrl+; to get today's date in the active cell.

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