In this tutorial, we will be exploring the EOMonth function in Excel, a useful tool for determining the end of a specified month.
The EOMonth function in Excel is used to determine the end of a specified month based on a given start date. The syntax for the function is as follows:
- Start_date: This is the start date from which you want to calculate the end of the month. This can be a cell reference that contains a date, or you can manually enter a date in the format of “MM/DD/YYYY.”
- Months: This is the number of months that you want to add or subtract from the start date. If you enter a positive number, the function will return the end date of the month that is that many months in the future. If you enter a negative number, the function will return the end date of the month that is that many months in the past.
In the example above, this function returns the end of the current month. To get the end of the month after a certain number of month/s, add the second argument.