Excel Formula: Get Same Date Last Year or Next Year
In this tutorial, it provides two formulas to separately get the same date last year and next year based on the given date in Excel.
Get same date last year
Get same date next year
Syntaxt and arguments
|Date: the cell reference or a date enclosed in double quotation marks that used to get the same date last year or next year.|
The formula returns a serial number that represents the date.
If the argument date is not a numeric value or the date is earlier than 1/1/1900, the formula returns an error value #VALUE!.
How this formula works
To get the same dates last year separately based on the dates in list B3:B5, please use below formula:
Before using the formula, please format the cells as date format firstly.
Select the cells will place the results, click Home tab and choose Short Date or Long Date from the drop-down menu of Number Format.
Then type formula:
Press Enter key and drag auto fill handle down to cell D5 to get the same dates last year.
To get the same date next year
EDATE function: to get the date based on the adding number of months.
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- Excel DATE Function
Create date with year, month and day
- Excel YEAR Function
Returns the year of date in 4-digit serial number format
- Excel MONTH Function
The MONTH is used to get the month as integer number (1 to 12) from date
- Excel DAY Function
DAY function gets the day as a number (1 to 31) from a date
- Excel WORKDAY Function
Add workdays to the given date and returns a workday