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Formating for leap-year

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    Formating for leap-year

    I am entering a list of format dates for Feb 2012. When I enter the date 2/28/2012 I can format it as 28 Feb with no problem. If I enter 2/29/2012 the entry stays the same. See attached file.

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    Last edited by JO505; 11-28-2011 at 04:38 PM.

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    Re: Formating for leap-year

    The year you entered is 2029, not 2012.
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    Re: Formating for leap-year

    You entered it as 2/29/2029
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    Re: Formating for leap-year

    Oops!! Damn Mondays!

    Thank you both.

    Jim O

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