Date format is not correct when you convert a CSV text file in Excel by using a VBA macro
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When you use a Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macro to convert a Comma-Separated Values (CSV) text file into a Microsoft Office Excel workbook (*.xls), the format of dates that are converted into your Excel workbook may not be correct.
For example, in your CSV file, dates may be in the format of:
When you run the following macro to convert your CSV text file into Excel,
Sub test() Workbooks.OpenText Filename:="C:\Test1.csv", DataType:=xlDelimited, _ TextQualifier:=xlTextQualifierNone, FieldInfo:=Array(1, 4) End Sub
dates may be converted in the following format:
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Sub test() Workbooks.OpenText Filename:="C:\Test1.csv", DataType:=xlDelimited, _ TextQualifier:=xlTextQualifierNone, FieldInfo:=Array(1, 4), Local:=True End Sub