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HI, I am trying to design our own day to day diary, i created a list so i pick the day , date and month, however instead of manually doing this is there a macro to either do this automatically and or have the facility to print the whole 365 pages am I expecting to much. any help or advice would be much appreciated.
I am using Excel 2003
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HI, I am trying to design our own day to day diary, i created a list so i pick the day , date and month, however instead of manually doing this is there a macro to either do this automatically and or have the facility to print the whole 365 pages am I expecting to much. any help or advice would be much appreciated.
I am using Excel 2003
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First review what is available for free:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...102828204.aspx


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