How to add custom date format in Microsoft Word

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For Microsoft Word 2016, I'm trying to insert a date format that's on in the existing lists of formats. Here's what I want:
5th day of December, 2017
Is that possible or can I only use pre-exisitng formats?

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For something that custom I think you are going to need a macro or just do it manually depending on the number of dates in the document with the Find/Replace tool.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    The easy way to put a date in Word document is after opening file, click Insert > Date and Time. If you don't want to update automatically, it is being the same as typing the date earlier. Or you can write a macro to achieve this.
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