Is it achievable? Not by formatting but formula.
Did you know that you may format a date to display the month portion of it into various formats shown below?
I think most people know the first fours (M to MMMM) but the fifth one (MMMMM, i.e. M x 5). And now, we all know it! 🙂
I follow the same logic and apply the “DDDDD” format to display the day portion of a date, hoping that it will return a single letter Day of week…… without success. 😦
Honestly, I don’t know why there is such a difference in formatting between Month and Day:
But life has to continue and I have to find another way to achieve what I need…
A simple formula saves my day
Yeah. As simple as that. Hope this post will save your day too. 🙂
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