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Richard Rost   
6/7/2019
Use the BETWEEN keyword. Covered in Beginner 3.
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Doug R     
4/30/2019
Issues transitioning from Access 2010 to Access 2016.  When opening a a large report that has scrolling, the report splits in half - half the report scrolls and the other half remains stationary.  Anyone else have this issue - more importantly, anyone else have this issue and have a way to resolve it?  Thanks.
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Anthony P M     
4/29/2019
I am trying to build a genealogy database. (Its like walking into a mine field)My first problem is when I run my age calculation for people it works fine but for the people who have passed away it still shoes there age, for example Joe Smith is 239 years old. How do I correct this situation.
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jannette j     
4/24/2019
Is there a WAY TO DISABLE COPY AND PASTE IN A DATABASE?
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Melodie P 
4/22/2019
I've followed the Access Open Programs and Imaging courses to create a SubForm to open and link documents to my form. I also have a button that takes me to the folder where my docs will be saved on the server (common dialog DLL). How do I get this to work so that, when I find my document, and click "open" it automatically saves to  my SubForm, and I can avoid typing or copy/pasting the entire file path to my table?
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