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Re: You may use a command entry -- Emmanuel
Posted by Carol James CMT , 10/27/2016, 23:13:36 Reply Top Forum

Thanks, Emmanuel. That would work if I added the 20 before the last slash as I need 4-digit year. However, I don't want to type any leading zeros. For instance, to get 1/2/2017, I want to be able to type 1217, at which point I would pick the entry 1/2/2017. Without the leading zeros, the command doesn't know exactly where to put the slashes, right? Because it doesn't know if I need to back up once or twice for that middle number.



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