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Sun, Oct 20, 2013 10:12 pm

Excel end of month function EOMONTH

Excel provides an EOMONTH function that will allow you to determine the last day of a particular month that is a certain number of months away from a specified date. The syntax for the function is as follows:

EOMONTH(start_date, months)

Start_date is a date which can be entered as a text string between quotation marks, e.g. "10/20/2013" or "2013/10/20". Or it can refer to a cell that contains a date, e.g. =EOMONTH(A2,1), which, if cell A2 holds the relevant date will display the date for the day that is the end of the month one month from the day in cell A2. Note: if you con't format the cell where you want the result displayed as a date, Excel will display the result as a serial number because it stores dates as sequential serial numbers. If your workbook uses the 1900 date system, then January 1, 1900 is day 1, i.e., serial number 1.

E.g., for the formula =EOMONTH("10/20/2013",4), Excel would display 2/28/2014 in the cell where the formula was entered, if that cell was formatted to hold a date.

You can use negative numbers for months, e.g. =EOMONTH("10/20/2013",-2) would produce 8/31/2013.

Error conditions:

If you are using Excel 2000 and you see the error #Name? when you use the function, you need to install the Analysis ToolPak to make the function available. After you install the Analysis TookPak, make sure that the Analysis TookPak is enabled by clicking on Tools then selecting Add-Ins and making sure Analysis TookPak is checked.

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