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Convert Date Format to dd/mm/yyyy in Excel


Microsoft Excel is a software that allows you to create efficient spreadsheets for the business of personal use. They permit you to stay organized while managing large amounts of data, which can be organized in a range of ways. One popular way to organize this data is by date. Excel comes with a default date format, mm/dd/yyy, but you can always choose to change the date format, to dd/mm/yyy, for example.


Change Excel Date Format from mm/dd/yyyy to dd/mm/yyyy

To change the date display in Excel, go to Format Cells > Custom, and enter dd/mm/yyyy in the available space.

The dates listed in your spreadsheet should be converted to the new format.

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