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  • Excel 2010 edate function error

    Hello

    I have to open an excel file hosted on a fileserver in Germany. One column contains EDATUM function. The file is created in german MS Excel version. I use english MS Excel version. On this column I get #NAME? error. If I manualy "translate" EDATUM function in EDATE function the error dissapear. But, if I do that and save the file, my colleagues from Germany will get #NAME? error when they open the file. Can somebody help me, please?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Excel 2010 edate function error

    I'm not sure but you may need to install the German Language pack for office.

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      Re: Excel 2010 edate function error

      Originally posted by wullieb1 View Post
      I'm not sure but you may need to install the German Language pack for office.
      Thank you.
      It works only if I change the display language from english in german. I do not understand why the german language excel function "edatum" is not automaticaly translate in english language function "edata". All the other function in the workbook are translated.

      Thank you.

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