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Formula for a year change for a label

Hi, 

 

Is there a way that I can build my label so that this year it shows FY20 and next year it will reflect FY21? Is there a formula that can make this happen so I don't have to rebuild each year? 

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KranthiTupakula
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@Anonymous 

Here you go "FY"&Right(Text(Year(Now())),2)

Year.png

 

 

Thanks,

Kranthi

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KKDevBox
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@Anonymous  You can try Year( Now() )

 

 

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KranthiTupakula
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@Anonymous 

Here you go "FY"&Right(Text(Year(Now())),2)

Year.png

 

 

Thanks,

Kranthi

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