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Expired Y or N calculated based on date column and fixed date

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I have a column "ExpirationDate" and I would like to automatically fill the "Expired" column with Y or N based on a fixed date.

I have tried several different calculation formulas, but they all say either Y or N, rather than correctly.

 

Example:

Fixed Date is 3/31/21

ExpirationDate-------Expired

3/1/2021------------------Y

4/15/2021-----------------N

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Screenshot above showing the settings for the ExpirationDate column, if that helps...

 

Many thanks.

 

1 Reply
best response confirmed by TanyaMc (New Contributor)
Solution
I did not want to add another column, so had to hard code 44286 instead of the 3/31/2021 date.