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Date format conversion

Posted on 1998-09-21
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How do I specify a date conversion string in the format:
yyyy mm dd by using the Format() function. My books and online help are useless for this.
E.g. Output 1998 09 21 by using Format(Date$, yyyy mm dd)
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Format(Now, "yyyy mm dd")
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