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edited 12/09/19 in Archived 2016 Posts

What is the formula to add 90 days to a range of dates that yields MM/DD/YY as the result in corresponding cells?


  • J. Craig Williams
    J. Craig Williams ✭✭✭✭✭✭



    The answer is yes.

    I'm not quite sure what the question is


    =[DateColumn]23 + 90 


    will add 90 days (calendar days) to the date in row 23 of the Column named DateColumn.


    Drag copy or copy / paste the formula to the other cells in the same column to their own date+90 results.


    The formatting of the date fields are based on your selection of Language(Country) in your Account | Personal Settings | Profile section.

    The English (United States) uses that formatting.


    If you are most in most of other places in the world, the format will be DD/MM/YY.

    Are you trying to have DD/MM/YY in one  column and MM/DD/YY format in a second column?


    Hope this helps.

    Apologies for my confusion.





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