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TODAY: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use TODAY in Excel?

In Excel, TODAY is a function that returns the current date. You can use it to calculate the number of days between two dates, or to add or subtract a certain number of days from a date.

What is the syntax of TODAY in Excel?

Today's date in Excel is represented by the formula "=TODAY()". This function will return the current date based on your computer's system clock.

What is an example of how to use TODAY in Excel?

The TODAY function in Excel returns the current date. For example, if you wanted to know the date today, you could use the following formula:

=TODAY()

When should you not use TODAY in Excel?

You should not use TODAY in Excel when you want to calculate a future date. TODAY always returns the current date, which may not be what you want if you're trying to calculate, for example, how many days there are until a future event.

What are some similar formulae to TODAY in Excel?

The TODAY function in Excel returns the current date. The following are some similar formulas to TODAY in Excel:

DATE() - Returns the current date

NOW() - Returns the current date and time

TODAY()+7 - Adds seven days to the current date

TODAY()-7 - Subtracts seven days from the current date

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