Customize of letter

I am trying to customize a client letter on T2 for Letter of Engagement. I could not find one on Profile for T2. I want to use the year end date on the letter so i copied the field code from Info tab for year end and pasted on to the letter. On the letter it comes with the day also, eg Monday December 31, 2018 instead of just December 31, 2018.

Can someone give me the field code for just the date

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Thank you for using ProFile Live Community.

You can use the following to modify the date format: {Format(PrintDate,"MMMM dd, yyyy")}

-Fab 

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