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The date format is incorrect when you type a date that has a two-digit year in an InfoPath 2007 form that you open in a browser

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Consider the following scenario. You open an Office InfoPath 2007 form in a browser. In the form, you type a date that has a two-digit year. In this scenario, the date format is incorrect.

For example, you open an InfoPath 2007 form in the browser, and the form contains a text box that uses the year/month/day date format. If you type 2001/02/14 in the text box, you receive the correct result of 01/02/14. However, if you type 01/02/14, you receive an incorrect result of 14/01/02.

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To work around this issue, type a date that has a four-digit year.

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Article Info
Article ID : 926516
Revision : 3
Created on : 11/27/2006
Published on : 11/27/2006
Exists online : False
Views : 371