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Old May 17th 05, 06:23 PM
Yakimeshi
 
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Default Excel should have a formula for Converting Julian Dates

I would like to have a formula or an easy way to convert from Julian Dates
into normal gregorian dates. And backwards, instead of this:

=TEXT(A2,"yy")&TEXT((A2-DATEVALUE("1/1/"&TEXT(A2,"yy"))+1),"000")



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