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Leon,

Thanks, you are right, this is related.
And, indeed, it improves the result, but it is still not how it was before the installation of the Windows 10 creator update.

We tried the following:

- Your code, with CreateFont
it will show the date as "21- 4 - ". The year is not visible

- m_dateTimeCtrl.SetFont(GetFont());
it will show the date as "21- 4 - 2017". The string is right aligned in the control

- m_dateTimeCtrl.SetFormat( _T("dd'-'MM'-'yyyy"));
This gives the best result, but is not really an option, because it overrides the system settings for the shortdate presentation
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