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New LaTex user here, hoping you can help me.
I am drafting a letter, the submission date of which I do not yet know. For this reason I am dating it using
\today. However, in the text of the letter, I would like to specify a date two weeks in advance of
\today. In other words, there is an [advance date] and an [advance date II], the latter specifying a date 14 days after the former.
I found the
advdate package but, unless I am mistaken, it doesn't allow for setting two individual hypothetical dates. Is there a non-complicated way of implementing this?
Thanks for your help.