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Hello, I have to create a schedule of employees for the year 2017. I fairly new to excel. How do I create a calendar on multiple sheets automatically with the correct date ?
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Hello, I have to create a schedule of employees for the year 2017. I
fairly new to excel. How do I create a calendar on multiple sheets
automatically with the correct date ? Thank you Antoine.


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