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how do change the american date to the european date?

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Old August 27th 05, 12:11 AM
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Default how do change the american date to the european date?

i am merging records from excel to word in template but the american date
shows up and i want to european date instead the american date 8/27/2005 i
want the european date 27/8/2005. the language is standard on european but
stil it showa the american date, why is that?


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