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Display date with 4 digit year

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Hi:

I need to set the standard for our Approach application that dates are always displayed
with a 4 digit year. I cant find the place in Approach where this can be set, since all
the formats (on my system) show up as a 2 digit year. I would appreciate suggestions. If
this is a system level thing, can someone tell me how I set up W98 to that it shows a 4
digit year?

Thanks in advance

John Baker
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Sorry:

I owe the group an apology. I found the solution with 5 minutes experimentation after i
sent the message. Its a system level parameter, and can be changed in the Control Panel;
Date/Time window.

Regards

John Baker

John Baker <Ba******@Verizon.net> wrote:
Hi:

I need to set the standard for our Approach application that dates are always displayed
with a 4 digit year. I cant find the place in Approach where this can be set, since all
the formats (on my system) show up as a 2 digit year. I would appreciate suggestions. If
this is a system level thing, can someone tell me how I set up W98 to that it shows a 4
digit year?

Thanks in advance

John Baker


Nov 12 '05 #2

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Tym
On Thu, 18 Dec 2003 12:14:28 GMT, John Baker <Ba******@Verizon.net>
wrote:
Hi:

I need to set the standard for our Approach application that dates are always displayed
with a 4 digit year. I cant find the place in Approach where this can be set, since all
the formats (on my system) show up as a 2 digit year. I would appreciate suggestions. If
this is a system level thing, can someone tell me how I set up W98 to that it shows a 4
digit year?

Thanks in advance

John Baker


Perhaps you could post in an "Approach" newsgroup instead of an Access
one then? :-)
Nov 12 '05 #3

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