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Dates saved in US Format?

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In a text box I have a date 1/5/2006 that is the 1st May 2006 in UK Format for which the PC is set for. When saved to a Access database it saves as 5/1/2006 (5th January 2006)!

WHY!!!!
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Yeh.. access likes the American way... convert the date in the text box to a valid date first  :)

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Could you give me an idea of teh syntax for that please?
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thank you!!!

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mm.. I'm supprised that format()  works !!!  guess you learn something new everyday :s
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