You could use those 3 formulae to create new columns for ‘Year’, ‘Day’ and ‘Month’.
If those columns were E, F and G you can then combine them using the That may be impressive, but it’s useful to have columns for year, month and day anyway so you may as well do it the long and simple way.
Dave used his spreadsheet skills to include time-saving features, such as drop-down lists for quickly selecting age and appearance.Did you tell a person included in said document about its existence and did you proceed to send it to her, hoping it wouldn’t “backfire”?At least one financial services professional knows what that’s about.Whilst he didn't go as far as embedded formulae, linked graphs or pivot tables, he did add annotations to each column heading with a more detailed explanation of the data within. The spreadsheet reveals intriguing details of prospects including Cortney from Chicago (7.5, stood Dave up, "at hospital with friend"), Rebecca from Lower East Side (7.5, cancelled, "work related") and Marisa from Oceanside (8.0, "nice bod... According to news website Deadspin, Dave emailed the spreadsheet to Arielle, sometime after their date on Wednesday 4th April, along with the below note: Well..could be a mistake, but what the hell. To do this it needs 3 ingredients: the year, the month, and the day.