Auto Formatting etc and the date formatting just sticks. Goto the insert tab and select date & time: This will bring up the option box make sure you set the language to US and select the format you want and click default: Hopefully this will now bring up the right date option on your system.
You can click on the little down arrows at the bottom of any menu to see the full menu, or you can just turn the hiding feature off.
Not all bad dates end with you running to post a sad status update or Tweet about it.
Sometimes, they’re all software related, like when you’re trying to type into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and the software automatically formats your data for you.
If you have a template or other type of document that regularly requires the date to be updated, you can make Microsoft Word 2016 or 2013 display a date that automatically updates.
This is much easier than remembering to update it manually yourself.