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McBlair
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Change Date Format in Datepicker - calendar button

I have set a date field in my form to be today and to show the date format to dd/mm/yyyy using 

 

Text(Today(),"[$-en-US]dd/mm/yyy","en-GB")

 

But whem you click on the calendar icon to change the date from date it shows a different date.  So for example today the date is 02/04 but when you click on the calendar icon it shows April so 04/02 .  Where can I change this?

 

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PowerApps Staff CarlosFigueira
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Re: Change Date Format in Datepicker - calendar button

 

If you want to change the date format to the British one, you have two options:

  • Change the Language property to "en-GB" - that will change the defaults to that locale
  • Change the Format property to "dd/mm/yyyy" - just this, not the text for that value. This will use that format to display the date on the date picker control.

Hope this helps!

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PowerApps Staff CarlosFigueira
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Re: Change Date Format in Datepicker - calendar button

 

If you want to change the date format to the British one, you have two options:

  • Change the Language property to "en-GB" - that will change the defaults to that locale
  • Change the Format property to "dd/mm/yyyy" - just this, not the text for that value. This will use that format to display the date on the date picker control.

Hope this helps!

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McBlair
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Re: Change Date Format in Datepicker - calendar button

Thanks,  that worked!


@CarlosFigueira wrote:

 

If you want to change the date format to the British one, you have two options:

  • Change the Language property to "en-GB" - that will change the defaults to that locale
  • Change the Format property to "dd/mm/yyyy" - just this, not the text for that value. This will use that format to display the date on the date picker control.

Hope this helps!


 

 

 

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