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Syntax of DATE Formula
Example of DATE Formula
Possible Errors returned by the DATE Formula
DATE formula in Excel returns the number representing the date for a given day, month and year.
The DATE formula is typically used to construct a date by providing the constituting parts such as day, month and year. The minimum and maximum values that a date can take is Office 2003 is January 1, 1900 and December 31, 9999 ...

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