Entering Last Modified/User in Footer or Cell

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Hi all,

 

Am I crazy or did you used to be able to enter the 'last modified' in excel (normally in the footer)?  And why can't you do now?  Do I need to change authors possibly?

 

Help

2 Replies

@Netsville74 

That has never been a built-in feature of Excel. It's possible to use VBA for this - see How to insert last modified date in Excel header or footer? 

many thanks