MS Access question VBA

How could I paste  same date format here. Date field is text field.Snap3627.png
Hiroyuki TamuraField EngineerAsked:
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If it is string, it has no format and can be copied/pasted as is. If you like to convert text from 2017/11/10 to 11/10/2017, you can use split function
In your sub:
Dim Arr() as string
Arr = split(TextA, "/")
TextA = Arr(1) & "/" & Arr(2) & "/" & Arr(0)

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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
You should never use string handling for dates, no exceptions.

So, convert Me!Date to Date and:

Me!Date.Value = DateValue(Me!Field1.Value)

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If that is not possible, use Format:

Me!Date.Value = Format(DateValue(Me!Field1.Value), "yyyy\/mm\/dd")

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Formatting dates is for human consumption only. Internally dates are stored as double precision numbers and you should never format a date except for display or if you need to pass a date as a string to SQL.  If you leave your bound controls with no specific date format and you unbound controls where you want to enter/display dates formatted as "Short Date", then date formats will always conform to whatever your Windows system setting is.

If you are seeing different formats in your controls, look to see if one has an incorrect date format and remove it.  And Gus said it - never use strings for handling dates, no exceptions.
Hiroyuki TamuraField EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thank you!
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