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Old 12-18-2009, 07:10 AM
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Question Date Formatting in MS word 2007

i would like to print the last month in words AUTOMATICALLY.


When i used to open the doc, it shows the previous month in words.
Since, current month is December, the doc shouls displays as "November"

I had tried out this by using the below code in word document but failed to meet the requirement:
{={date \@ "MM"}-1 \@ "MMMM"}

The above just displays the month in number as "11" insated of in words(November)

Could any body solve this problem?

If so, i will be so thankful for them.
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Old 12-20-2009, 11:07 PM
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I feel very thankful if anybody helps me with a superb solution
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Could anybody help me at the earliest?..........
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Could anybody help me ? Its very urgent.

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You need 2 modifications:
1. use QUOTE to introduce something into another function
2. consider Jan=1, your formula generates zero, an invalid number for month


{QUOTE "1-{=MOD({DATE \@ "M"}+10,12)+1}-1" \@ "MMMM"}

note:
in the primary structure
{QUITE "d-m-y" \@ "MMMM"}
where "d-m-y" is a necessary parameter; you have to **create** a valid date. All you concern is the operation of month, therefore both day and year could be any number you like.
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