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Hi, I got a simple solution to this. My date format in excel sheet was like

Excel was not recognizing it as date or Formatting cell to Date was helping

So I selected and Copied entire column of date to New Blank Word document.

  Then I Again copied the date column from word document and came back to my
original excel sheet.

Then right click and press Pest Special -->Paste as TEXT.

Done. Now Excel will recognize it as date and will allow you to format cells
any date format as you wish. 

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