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Data Type of date/time in Outlook 98

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How to edit Data Type of date/time in Outlook 98? I don't like to see the month comes first. It seems to me that only the new field's type of date can be selected from a list while that of the existing fields' can't.
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Don't like mm/dd/yyyy?
Right click on the field. Select Properties. Select Value Tab. You can select New button to create a new field.
Name it accordingly and select DateTime as data type.
Just change the format to dd/mm/yyyy.

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Commented:
To be more exact, when you open an Appointment form (File - New - Appointment), how can you right click to change the type of date in the combo boxes of Start Time and End Time so they change from mm/dd/yyyy to dd/mm/yyyy?
As for a newly-created field, I know you can select the type from a dropdown list. BUT what about the EXISTING ones? Like Start Time and End Time?

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It's been my experience that you can't change the built-in fields. That's why they provide the user fields.

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Hi walterq,
Yes, they provide user fields but I can't create a user field with the same name as Start Time to overwrite it in order to change the date type.
We are in New Zealand, we don't like the Month comes first.
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Thanks walterq, you are a hero. So simple yet it solves the problem.
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