I have a different date format(YYYY.MM.DD and MM/DD/YYYY) in my date column in Excel. As a final result, I want one date format ie MM/DD/YYYY. What is the easiest way to achieve it?
Here is an image of my data.on Right-click and Format cell it looks like the below.
The final output I want to like is this. I have tried the Text to Columns option as well but it didn't work.
With data in A2, in B2 enter:
and apply your format to B2.
Then copy B2 downward:
The formula converts any text values in column A into true Excel dates in column B.
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