change date format vb6

rying to make change the date format from 10/25/2015 to 10-25-2015
 frmReminder.gridMaster.TextMatrix(gintEditRow, gintEditColumn) = Replace(Label6.Caption, "\", "-")
alse tried this
''Format(Label6.Caption, "##-##-####")
neither works
How can this be fixed ?
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Try
frmReminder.gridMaster.TextMatrix(gintEditRow, gintEditColumn) = Replace(Label6.Caption, "/", "-")

instead of

frmReminder.gridMaster.TextMatrix(gintEditRow, gintEditColumn) = Replace(Label6.Caption, "\", "-")
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
Try
Format(Cdate(Label6.Caption), "mm-dd-yyyy")

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isnoend2001Author Commented:
Thanks both work and both are best solutation
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