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azizrasul

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I have Windows 98 SE and Office 2000 installed on my machine. Can anyone tell me which of the two programs actually sets the date/time settings in the Regional settings in the Control Panel?
 

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azizrasul

Windows is in control of setting regional settings.

Hope that helps! (y)
 

azizrasul

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Thanks for that. Does the Office software not have a say in this? For example the locale ID (LCID)?
 

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