Excel VBA Function To Convert Any Given Date to MySQL YYYY-MM-DD format?

Hi.  I need a fuction that will take any given date value and convert that date value into MySQL's "YYYY-MM-DD" format.

I originally tried something like:

Selection.NumberFormat = "yyyy-mm-dd"
NoteDate = Worksheet.Range(CellRange).Value

But apparently, that just changes its appearance, not its value.

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TracyVBA DeveloperCommented:
Try this:
NoteDate  = Format(Range(CellRange).Value, "YYYY-MM-DD")

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In XL the value of any date value however it may be formatted is the same - an Integer.

If you want as a literal text string you will need to adjust accordingly - ie format cell as Text and then apply your Format, eg:

With Range(cellRange)
    .NumberFormat = "@"
    .Value = Format(.Value,"YYYY-MM-DD")
End With
Should add - if you're using a UDF you should just use a standard cell function

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