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I am trying to compare two dates, if the date that the user enters is before the current date, then I want to display a message box saying it is an invalid date. What I have currently is this:
If FormatDateTime(userDate, vbShortDate) < FormatDateTime(Date, vbShortDate) = True Then
MsgBox ("Please enter a valid date.")
This code only works for the year and day, if you change the month, irregardless of the day and the year it doesn't display the message box. Is there any way to compare the two dates without having to convert everything into seconds?
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