Not sure if I'm doing something wrong, if theres a setting I haven't set or
I've found a bug
Program settings are >>Options>>Language Settings>>Languages
User interface 'English (uk)'
Date acceptance patterns 'D/M/Y;D/M;D-M'
And the problem is
In a cell (CF3) I have the date >> 01/09/2013 which is DD/MM/YYYY
In another cell I have =MONTH(CF3) this cell is formatted as 'date' 'MMM'
and I expect the cell to show 'Sep' it actually shows 'Jan'
So its showing the day as the month and not the month as the month
Any ideas how to fix
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