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Using macro to enter fixed date?

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    Using macro to enter fixed date?

    I want to add a date that won't update i.e. TODAY() or NOW()

    It can't be this hard... Grrrrrrr Ctrl + ; won't work either.

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    Re: Using macro to enter fixed date?

    Ctrl+semicolon

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    Re: Using macro to enter fixed date?

    OMG! I new it was gonna be easy. Thanks so much!!

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