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Default formula of Inserting a Date in a cell without updating the date

I want to add a Date in a cell based on another cell,
For example:
=if(D2="","Empty",TODAY()),

But i don't want that "Today" will be update. It just need to stamp the Today date without keep updating.

Any idea?

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Default formula of Inserting a Date in a cell without updating the date

Hi,

Am Wed, 5 May 2021 03:03:34 -0700 (PDT) schrieb Rabbi Moshe Hadad:

I want to add a Date in a cell based on another cell,
For example:
=if(D2="","Empty",TODAY()),

But i don't want that "Today" will be update. It just need to stamp the Today date without keep updating.


that is not possibe with a formula.
You must write the date with the shortcut or with VBA.


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