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MONTH: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use MONTH in Google Sheets?

MONTH is a function in Google Sheets that takes a date as an input and outputs the month of that date. For example, if you enter the date "1/1/2018" into a cell, the function will return the value "1". If you enter the date "2/1/2018", the function will return the value "2".

What is the syntax of MONTH in Google Sheets?

MONTH is a function in Google Sheets that takes a date as an input and returns the month of that date as a number. The syntax for MONTH is: MONTH(date)

What is an example of how to use MONTH in Google Sheets?

MONTH can be used in Google Sheets to return the month of a given date. For example, the following formula returns the month of the date in cell A1:

=MONTH(A1)

When should you not use MONTH in Google Sheets?

MONTH should not be used in Google Sheets to format date values when the date is being used in a calculation. The DATEVALUE function should be used to convert the date to a number and the DATE function should be used to format the number as a date.

What are some similar formulae to MONTH in Google Sheets?

MONTH is a formula in Google Sheets that calculates the month of a date. There are a few other formulae that can do similar things. The DATE formula calculates the date of a given day, and the DAY function calculates the day of the month from a date. The EOMONTH function calculates the last day of a month from a date, and the TODAY function returns the current date.

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