Split date from date time cells dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm. New cell dd/mm/y


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nigeo

I have a list with a field that the date and the time is in the same cells
and is in the date and time format. (dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm). I need to be able to
use the date part of these cells on its own (dd/mm/yyyy) as a data date in a
seperate column for a pivot table. Can this be done from the new column using
a function/formula
 
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R

Rick Rothstein

If A1 contains your date/time, then use this formula...

=INT(A1)

and format the cell as a Date.
 
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Ron Rosenfeld

I have a list with a field that the date and the time is in the same cells
and is in the date and time format. (dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm). I need to be able to
use the date part of these cells on its own (dd/mm/yyyy) as a data date in a
seperate column for a pivot table. Can this be done from the new column using
a function/formula

I wonder if it is really necessary to split the two for the pivot table use.
However, with date/time in A1:

=INT(A1)

will return only the date. (Format as desired).
--ron
 

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