VBA date format


I have a VBA Line of code...
MsgBox "objFile Last Date Modified: " & objFile.DateLastModified

That shows...
objfile last Date Modified: 9/20/2013 11:28:41

How can I get rid of the portion 11:28:41

Thanks in advance.
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[ fanpages ]IT Services ConsultantCommented:

Assuming objFile.DateLastModified is defined as a Date data type, you could use:

MsgBox "objFile Last Date Modified: " & Format$(objFile.DateLastModified,"m/d/yyyy")


MsgBox "objFile Last Date Modified: " & DateValue(objFile.DateLastModified)



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tesla764Author Commented:
Thanks. That worked great.
[ fanpages ]IT Services ConsultantCommented:
You're very welcome.
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