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In the built-in date format in Microsoft Excel, only the first letter of the month is uppercase. If you want to make the entire month appear in uppercase letters, you can automate this process using Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications code, or you can use the UPPER() function in a Microsoft Excel 4.0 macro.
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Sample Visual Basic ProcedureThis procedure takes a date in any number format, changes it to a text string in 'mmm' format, and then makes all the letters uppercase. For example, if a cell contained a date of January 1, 1993, in the format Jan- 93, it would be converted to JAN.
CAUTION: This procedure will delete the value representing the date.
To create and use this procedure, do the following:
Microsoft Excel Version 4.0 MacroYou can use the UPPER() function to create a macro that will change the letters in a three-letter month abbreviation to uppercase, as in the following example:
where cell_ref is the cell that contains the date.
For additional information about getting help with Visual Basic for Applications, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/163435/EN-US/ )VBA: Programming Resources for Visual Basic for Applications
Article ID: 107139 - Last Review: October 10, 2006 - Revision: 2.2