What is the furthest backdate I can establish?

I am working on a personal project where I am using a timeline "as-if" it was starting in 1932 and running through world war 2. The statrt date calendar allows me to go back that far, but it always sets the date to "20"32 instead of "1932". The days/dates are important for this project. 

Any ideas on how to live in the past???

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Stephanie Westbrook

Hi Nicholas, welcome to the forums :) I'm so curious about what project you're working on that requires dates around those time frames. Would love to hear more if you have time.

As for your question, the furthest backdate you can use is January 1, 1970 (this is based on Unix time). Do you need those exact dates to show up on the timeline or can you use 1970 as a starting ground?

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We have the same problem but only wish to go back 12 months, won't let us do this any ideas

Phil

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Anastasia

Hi Philip, thanks for getting in touch! You should definitely be able to set both a single date a year in the past, and a start date a year in the past and spanning up till today:

Is this not what's happening for you? What kind of error do you encounter when doing this?

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