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Use the DATE function to offset days, months and years:

Lesson 3-11 from: Microsoft Excel 2016 Expert Skills (0 Video Lessons)
Use the DATE function to offset days, months and years
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Online Video Course: Microsoft Excel 2016 Expert Skills
Session: Session 3: Advanced Functions
Lesson: Lesson 3-11 Use the DATE function to offset days, months and years Create Excel DATE formulas using common Excel date functions to offset days, months and years thumbnail from video Lesson 3-11 from the Excel 2016 Expert Skills course
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Excel date formulas are used in This video lesson to demonstrate how to offset dates by days, months and years. The Excel DATE function is used along with the commonest Excel date functions: TODAY, DAY, MONTH and YEAR to calculate dates for service inspections to take place after 20 days, 3 months, and then 1 year intervals. The TODAY, DAY, MONTH and YEAR functions were covered in more depth earlier in this session.