Does anybody know how to print consective dates on Excel for each page printed out?

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Jimmyj in Northcote, Australia

29 months ago

I hope you guys could assist me here.
I just started a new job as an Admin Assistant and I feel like I'm not up too speed with
all the tasks given to me.

I created a form on Excel. It's a one page with the date on cell C2.
Is it possible to print consecutive dates on each new page printed?
I would like to print several of this form
with each new form printed to have a new date on it without having to print
them one page at a time and modify the date. It be a time-waster if I had to
change the date for every page printed out say 30 pages.

i.e
1st Page printed - showing the date 15/1/13 on cell C2.
2nd Page printed - showing the date 16/1/13 on cell C2
3rd Page printed - showing the date 17/1/13 on cell c2.
e.t.c

JimmyJ in Melbourne, Australia

28 months ago

Anyone,please??

Or should I used MS word to do this and do a "date" mergefield?

Clem in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

14 months ago

JimmyJ in Melbourne, Australia said: Anyone,please??

Or should I used MS word to do this and do a "date" mergefield?

Jimmy, did you ever figure out how to print the dates? I am trying to learn all I can about excel.

Thanks!

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