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Powershell Windows.Forms.DateTimePicker - Date only?

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I am working with a Windows.Forms.DateTimePicker in a Powershell GUI.

I can pick the date and return the value, but the problem is it is returning the time as well.
How can I get it to just be the value of the date (like "11/20/2014" instead of "11/21/2014 11:45:18 AM"?
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You could format the value. For example..
$DatePicker.value.ToString("MM/dd/yyyy")
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sweet it works thanks so much
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