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How would i use date part to get todays date as YYMM

How would i use date part to get todays date as YYMM.

Datepart does not seem to like "MM"
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Bill PrewCommented:
Using datepart you can do:

strYYMM = Right(DatePart("yyyy", Now), 2) & Right("0" & DatePart("m", Now), 2)

or use the build in Year() and Month() functions.

strYYMM = Right(Year(Now), 2) & Right("0" & Month(Now), 2)


Notice these return an integer, so for month we want to left pad with a "0" to make sure we always get two digits for months less than 10.

~bp
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Bill PrewCommented:
Glad that helped.

~bp
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