At 14:47 19/12/2014 +0000, Conly Honly Donly wrote:
In a spreadsheet, I need the dot separated date in YYYY.MM.DD
format, e.g. 2015.01.012015.12.11
In the Format Cells dialogue, you can create your own "User-defined"
formats. Just enter your "YYYY.MM.DD" in the "Format code" box there.
Some formats get complicated by locale-specific properties, but I
doubt there is any problem with this one.
Alternatively, you could always create a formula to develop from a
genuine date value a text string (in a separate cell) representing
any format you wanted.
Should I file a bug report to add this feature?
Is it currently not available?
It is - as above.
I trust this helps.
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