Date format.


H

Heera

Hi All

Here is my problem.

I have a tracker in which some users update dates in a column. Column
A has the user names and Column B has the dates updated by the users.
I have updated the actual dates in Column C

Users Date Updated Actual Dates
User1 3/9/10 Actual date is 03-Sep-10
User2 03/09/10 Actual date is 03-Sep-10
User3 03/09/2010 Actual date is 03-Sep-10
User4 9/3/10 Actual date is 03-Sep-10
User5 09/03/10 Actual date is 03-Sep-10
User6 09/03/2010 Actual date is 03-Sep-10
User7 09.03.10 Actual date is 03-Sep-10
User8 03-09-10 Actual date is 03-Sep-10
User9 09-03-10 Actual date is 03-Sep-10
User10 03-Sep-2010 Actual date is 03-Sep-10
User11 03-09-2010 Actual date is 03-Sep-10


I want to make sure that the date is update in dd-mmm-yy format
only.
I used the below codes but I am not getting the desired results it is
converting months into days and days into month.

ActiveCell.Offset(0, 4).NumberFormat = "[$-409]dd-mmm-yy;@"
ActiveCell.Offset(0, 4).Value = Format(ActiveCell.Offset(0, 4).Value,
"dd-mmm-yy")

I want to be sure that the date updated in the cell is getting
displayed is in dd-mmm-yy format. I want the macro to make sure the
date is updated in the dd-mmm-yy format only.
It will be greate if an message pop-ups if the format is incorrect.

Please help........................

Regards
Heera Chavan
 
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