There are shortcut keys in MS Word to insert a date:
Shift + Alt + D. But it inserts a date in this format:
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even when my Windows system wide settings are set for this format:
So Word has its own date format settings, I think.
How to change it?
To insert the date type Alt+Shift+D.
To change the time or date format hit Alt+N+D, click on or scroll to the one you want and use the key combo Alt+D. Hit Enter twice.
Yes, Word has its own date format settings, per language, according to the language of the text in the document as recognized by Word or as set by the user.
The way to access these settings depends on Word version (and user interface language, which affects the keyboard shortcuts). In Word 2013, English, select the INSERT tab and click on the Date and Time icon in the Text group. (If the Word window is not wide enough, the icon appears without the accompanying text.) It opens a Date and Time window where you can set the format, for the language used.
The format of the date inserted depends on the language in the spellcheck. You can change this language in the Review tab->Language->Set Proofing Language. Here are a few examples of the output in different languages:
- English (Unites States):
These formats are the ones that are commonly used in each language. So it seems that your spell checker in Word is in English and your system is in a language that formats dates in the same way as in Swedish. If you're writing a document in English, it's probably best to format dates like in English, and if you're not, you should change the spellcheck language. However, if you really want to write in English and use the
2017-03-08 format, you can temporarily change the spell checker to a language that uses that format (for example Swedish) and then changing it back to English after having inserted the date won't change the date format.
If you want to change the way the date is formatted in a certain language, you can go to the Insert tab->Date and time. Then a window will pop up with a list of ways to format dates and times in that language:
To set one as default, pick one and click on the Default button. When you've done that, that format will be used every time you insert a date using Shift+Alt+D. You can also insert a date or time in a specific format without using it as default by pressing OK. When you set the default for one language, it won't change anything for the other languages.
You can also change the language in which it's formatted by selecting another language in the Language list on the right. However this will also change the language of the spell checker, but as I said, changing the language back after inserting the date won't change the date format.
To summarize, here is what you should do to solve your problem:
- Change the spellcheck language to Swedish or any other language that uses the
- Insert a date by pressing Shift+Alt+D.
- Change the spellcheck language back to English or whatever language you're writing in.
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|Developer(s)||Marc O'Brien, Laurent Chrettieneau|
|Initial release||August 19, 2012|
1.9.0 / March 5, 2019
|Available in||21 languages including Arabic, Chinese (simplified), English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and others|
|Type||Project management software|
|License||Common Public Attribution License|
ProjectLibre is a free and open-sourceproject management software system intended ultimately as a standalone replacement for Microsoft Project. ProjectLibre is written in the Java programming language, and will thus theoretically run on any machine for which a fully functioning Java Virtual Machine exists. Currently, ProjectLibre is certified to run on Linux, MacOS and MS Windows. It is released under the Common Public Attribution License (CPAL) and qualifies as Free Software according to the Free Software Foundation.
ProjectLibre's initial release was in August 2012. Currently hosted on the SourceForge open-source hosting service, it was selected as the Staff Choice Project of the Month for February 2016 by the SourceForge staff.
ProjectLibre was developed by the founders of the abandoned project OpenProj. In late 2008 Projity was acquired by Serena Software.As of early 2009, support for OpenProj and communication about development of OpenProj was suspended. There were negative regressions with a few commits to the CVS.
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In 2012, the founders announced that they forked the project and released a new version called ProjectLibre in August 2012. ProjectLibre is in the process of being completely rewritten and thus will technically cease to be a fork in the near future. The team is looking in 2016 to release a cloud version as well which will extend the desktop features with team and enterprise features.
The current version includes:
- Microsoft Project 2010 compatibility
- Ribbon user interface
- Earned value costing
- PERT graph only (not PERT technique)
- Resource breakdown structure (RBS) chart
- Task usage reports
- Work breakdown structure (WBS) chart
Comparison to Microsoft Project
Compared to Microsoft Project, which it closely emulates, ProjectLibre has a similar user interface (UI) including a ribbon-style menu, and a similar approach to construction of a project plan: create an indented task list or work breakdown structure (WBS), set durations, create links (either by (a) mouse drag, (b) selection and then button-down, or (c) manually type in the 'predecessor' column), assign resources. The columns (fields) look the same as for Microsoft Project. Costing features are comparable: labour, hourly rate, material usage, and fixed costs: these are all provided.
- Full compatibility with Microsoft Project 2010, import/export capability
- PDF exporting (without any restrictions)
- Ribbon user interface
- Many bug fixes and correction of issues that OpenProj encounters that are mentioned above
- ^'New Release of ProjectLibre and Update on Cloud Progress'. ProjectLibre. July 10, 2015. Retrieved July 25, 2015.
- ^ProjectLibre: open source alternative to Microsoft ProjectArchived October 24, 2014, at the Wayback Machine
- ^'February 2016, 'Staff Pick' Project of the Month – ProjectLibre'. SourceForge Community Blog. February 4, 2016. Retrieved December 1, 2016.
- ^Hibbets, Jason. 'ProjectLibre edges in on Microsoft Project dominance'. opensource.com. Retrieved June 4, 2013.
- ^Kelly, Will. 'Take your project management application open source with ProjectLibre'. techrepublic.com, CBS Interactive Inc. Retrieved May 8, 2013.