Comparing dates

Excel 2003.  I have two cells with dates A1, B1

I'm trying to compare the dates with results in cell C1 using:


However my results are always "A".  I've tried the date in mm/dd/yyyy and mm-dd-yyyy with no change in the results.

I believe I have compared dates like this before.  In ideas why this is not working?

Thank you.
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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
It should work. Maybe the dates are just text.

Can you upload a sample file?
thandelAuthor Commented:
OK here is the file, pretty straight forward.  I'm pulling my hair out.
Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:


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thandelAuthor Commented:
Oh you mean if I acutally refer to the correct cells it might work?!?!  

LOL!!!! Thanks I need more coffee.
My dear chandel,
What you dis was, your data was in A1 and A2 cell instead of A1 and B1 cell.
Use formula
then your comparison will work.

post your remakrs pl.
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