=IF(15-(LEFT(TEXT(AN2,"DDMMYYYY"),2))>=0,CONCATENATE(15,RIGHT(TEXT(AN2,"DD-MM-YYYY"),8)),CONCATENATE(30,RIGHT(TEXT(AN2,"DD-MM-YYYY"),8))) ----- this was my excel formula, its a macro created with word link, my question was in this formula only I need change that the month end 30 because the macro created like this, because according to month end its 30 / 31 and 28 every time we have to change the month end, in 30 there is no need to change but in 31 and 28 we have to change mannually in word. So this I want to change Can u help me in this

Don't forget Leap Year February has 29.

I'm not sure if this helps since I don't know when or why you are using this formula, but this formula will return the number of days in the current month: =DAY(DATE(YEAR(TODAY()),MONTH(TODAY())+1,1)-1)

This will return the number of days in the Month of the date in A1:

=DAY(DATE(YEAR(A1),MONTH(A1)+1,1)-1)

Depending on your needs, perhaps you could substitute one of those two formulas for the

30in your formula.Untested:

=IF(15-(LEFT(TEXT(AN2,"DDMMYYYY"),2))>=0,

CONCATENATE(15,RIGHT(TEXT(AN2,"DD-MM-YYYY"),8)),

CONCATENATE(DAY(DATE(YEAR(TODAY()),MONTH(TODAY())+1,1)-1),

RIGHT(TEXT(AN2,"DD-MM-YYYY"),8)))

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