By Richard Rost 6 months ago
Automatically Add Date & Time to a Column in Excel
In this Microsoft Excel tutorial I'm going to teach you how to add an automatic timestamp by putting the date and time that a row was edited in a particular column. We're going to accomplish this using just a little bit of VBA.
Emily from Portland, Oregon (a Platinum Member) asks: I have a spreadsheet where I track my transactions which are usually payments to different vendors and accounts. Is there a way that I can automatically have the current date and time entered into the date column instead of having to manually type that in all the time?
Members will learn some double-entry accounting and how to have a duplicate and opposite transaction created in the row below the credit account for the specified debit account.
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