The characters consist of placeholders (such as 0 and #), separators (such as periods and commas), literal characters, and colors.
The display format that you select will not affect how the data is entered or how Access stores that data.
For example, you can enter a date in a European format such as , and have the table, form, or report display the value as 11/28/2006.
When you create a custom format, you enter various characters in the Format property of a table field.When you use the Date/Time data type in Microsoft Access, you have the option to keep the default formats, apply a predefined format, or create a custom format. The time is displayed as, hh:mm:ss AM/PM, where hh is the hour, mm is minutes, and ss is seconds but you can display the date and time in several formats.This article briefly explains the Date/Time data type, how to add a date and time field to a table and how you can apply a predefined or custom format. These automatic formats for dates and times vary depending on the geographic location specified in the Microsoft Windows Regional and Language Options setting on your computer.Access automatically provides a certain level of data validation related to date and time formatting. For more information on the date/time data type, see the article Introduction to data types and field properties.For example, if you enter an invalid date, such as , a message appears and you would have the option of entering a new value or converting the field from the Date/Time data type to the Text data type. Top of Page Access provides several predefined formats for the date and time data, but if these formats do not meet your needs you can specify a custom format.
Access automatically displays the date and time in the General Date and Long Time formats. For example, in Europe and many parts of Asia, depending on your location, you might see the date and time as PM or 28/11/2006 PM.
were mm is the month, dd is the day, and yyyy is the year.
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In the United States, you would see 11/28/2006 PM.
It is possible to change these automatic formats by using custom display formats.