How can I get a 2 digit month to appear with the following formula
Here is the current formula.
=IFERROR(YEAR([Close Date]@row) + "" + MONTH([Close Date]@row), " ").
The results of this formula are causing sorting errors. I would like the result when the the month is less than 10 to appear with 2 digits. For example, the current result for September 2022 is 20229. I would like it to appear as 202209. I tried adding an IF statement on the MONTH, but could not get it to work.
Best Answer

Hi, Matt,
Add "0" to the expression and then take the 2 rightmost characters...
RIGHT("0" + ___ , 2)
RIGHT( "0" + MONTH([Close Date]@row), 2)
Cheers!
Answers

Hi, Matt,
Add "0" to the expression and then take the 2 rightmost characters...
RIGHT("0" + ___ , 2)
RIGHT( "0" + MONTH([Close Date]@row), 2)
Cheers!

Good morning,
Yes, this works perfectly! Thank you!
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