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    Hi
    Try this.
    Controlpanel / regional settings / Date.
    Choose short date format and change this to dd-MM-yyyy. (press enter)
    this will change your setting perfect.
    I have just been forced to do this becaurse my company went to yyyy-MM-dd

    regards Tommy

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    Jack / RET79,

    I disagree

    YYYYMMDD is more logical as it allows proper sorting

    any other combination ends up with spaghetti


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