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How can I change all dates on a sheet from American format (mm/dd/yyyy) to English format (dd/mm/yyyy)? Is there a way to do this with a VBA macro?

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Are you wanting to change how a string is stored or how the date value is displayed? Internally excel stores dates as doubles, regardless of the display format you choose. – Adam Aug 5 '15 at 20:22
Sub enFormat()    
Sheets("Sheet1").Cells.NumberFormat = "dd/mm/yyyy"    
End Sub
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Select the cells you want to change, open their format dialog (on old versions it was Ctrl+1) and change it.

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