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For a Microsoft Excel 98 Macintosh Edition version of this article, see 184501
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In Microsoft Excel, when you use the date code, &[Date], to insert the date in the header or footer of a document, the date appears in the default "MM/DD/YY" format. The time code, &[Time], appears in the default "H:MM AM/PM" format. These date and time formats are based on the Date and Time tabs in the Regional Settings Properties dialog box.
Note The names of user interfaces in some Windows versions maybe different from those names in the following steps.
To open the Regional Settings Properties dialog box, follow these steps:
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Visual Basic for Applications Macro ExampleTo create a macro that places the current date in the header in the "MMM DD, YYYY" format, follow these steps:
Article ID: 213742 - Last Review: April 18, 2007 - Revision: 6.2