Excel: Delete Rows Over 3 Months Old as of Today (VBA)

Hi all. I decided to start making macros at work for a few of our processes. I want to learn more about Excel. At the start of this project I had no VBA knowledge what-so-ever. I now have almost none :laugh:. So far I've based a lot of the code from another macro and with the rest from Google searches and trial and error. Anyway, I'm stuck! I need to delete all data which is over 2 months old from current date. I found a suggestion from another thread, but can't get it to work. To be honest, it's hard to work with because I don't really know what a lot of it means... Sub With Sheets("Booked") LR = .Cells(Rows.Count, "AE").End(xlUp).Row For i = LR To 2 Step -1 If .Cells(i, "AE").Value < DateAdd("m", -2, Date) Then .Rows(i).EntireRow.Delete End If Next i End With End Sub It seems to just cycle through the stages again and again without actually deleting anything. I also need to label the data in a separate column based on the date relative to the day the macro is run. I can't find how to do this either. Any help would be much appreciated.

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