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Excel | Formatting numbers and dates exercise | Formatting Numbers and Dates
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Open the file contained within the folder name shown above.
On the Formatting Numbers sheet, in cell I3 and I4, use a custom number format to create the entry shown in cell G3 and G4:
Use a custom number format to add the extra characters
In cell I5, use a full custom number format to hide the cell contents:
Use the special custom number format of ;;; to hide the cell contents.
On the Formatting Dates sheet, in cell J3, format the date to show the month name:
Change the format to a different date format.
In columns I and J create a calendar series where the date increases by 2 months each time:
The date jumps by 2 months
In column M, use custom date formats to display the dates as shown below:
Each cell has a different custom date format.
Use Save As... to save the file in your own new Excel work folder.