Ms Excel Formula Help

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Hii Can anyone here help me with an Ms Excel Formula:

My Requirement is to get a fixed day and get current month and current year in excel ??. For ex: I want 21th of every month ?? So in this month it will display 21-02-2022 . If I open that in next month it will display 21-03-2022 and so on…

This requrement is for a credit card tracker Due Date calcuation Which update the month & year every time with a fixed day.

If anyone can help pls try to share the formula for calcuation for the same.

Thanks. 

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Pro Entertainer Pro Entertainer
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wahi purana date aur address ka lafda coding/macro banate samay… sad toungueout

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I am sure there would be a shorter way, but from my limited knowledge this would do the job ( if i understood the requirement correctly)

Use formula “=YEAR[TODAY()]” in cell A1

Use formula “=MONTH[TODAY()]” in cell A2

Use formula “=DATE[A1,A2,21]” in cell A3

Note- Kindly replace angular brackets with circular brackets, not able  to post them here

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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=DATE ( YEAR ( TODAY ( ) ), MONTH ( TODAY ( ) ), 21 )

Sorry not much familiar with excel but tried to understand what you mentioned. Would this suffice ?

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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DAYS360 and +30 would work.
Just guessing

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Thanks all for your valuable inputs. Got the job done.. 

cheers

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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Cell A1 =YEAR{TODAY()}

Cell B1 =MONTH{TODAY()}

Cell C1 =DATE{A1,B1,DAY[TODAY()]}

Note : left hand side just for information and right hand side is the code use small bracket only 

Chennai Super Kings Chennai Super Kings
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ALT + H + FI + S
Here you can define your series, it can be in days , month wise and also give the step value, will calculate for all the periods accordingly

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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it’s better someone create excel and provide download link

Critic Critic
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just use this formula

=DATE[YEAR[TODAY[]],MONTH[TODAY[]],10]
this will give 10th of every month. you can put the day value you need in place of 10. replace all third brackets with normal first bracket – for some reason, the forum does not display properly when first brackets are used.

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