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can anyone please tell me how to custom the format of the datetimepicker to date/time combined
i.e 4 /15/2002 12:00:00 AM and the user could be able to choose a date with in the same format using updown.

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Set the Format to 3 -dptCustom
In the CustomFormat field put
 MM'/'dd'/'yyyy hh':'mm':'ss' 'tt
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