VBA Equivalent of Excel Date Funtion

millhouse123

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I use an endless variation of the formula below in excel and would now like to use a form of it in VBA but I am not sure about the right syntax.

=Date(Year(Variable),Month(Variable) -1,Day(Variable))

I tried


application.worksheetfuntion.Date(Year(variable),Month(Variable)-1,day(Variable)) but I could not get that to work.

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