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7/23/2012 5:57:05 PM
Access Tip: Find Records Between Two Dates
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In this free tip video, I'll show you how to find records between two dates using an Access query. We'll use the BETWEEN keyword and an inequality. For more on this subject, see my Access 2010 Beginner Level 5 class.

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Access Tip Find Records Between Two Dates Comment from Tony Barnett @ 4/3/2015
Those nine fields are dates of expiration for various job requirements. What I want is when I type in a beginning and ending date I want the name of the employee, plus any and all items that appear between those two dates.

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Add the BETWEEN criteria in each Field
OR  is down so stagger then one on each line.
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Access Tip Find Records Between Two Dates Comment from Tony Barnett @ 4/2/2015
to my previous question I have access 2010 and excel 2010. All records are already entered in excel.
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Access Tip Find Records Between Two Dates Comment from Tony Barnett @ 4/2/2015
I need to look for records between to dates that I enter. Each record has 9 different dates to look through. When access finds a match, I what to print the name on the record and what was a match.

Reply from Alex Hedley:

What is it you're storing information about?
Is there a reason my the Table has 9 different Date Fields and not 1 that you then add as many records as you need.
The other option is having your Criteria in each Field
AND - Across
OR - Down
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Access Tip Find Records Between Two Dates Comment from Alvir @ 4/18/2014
Sir, how do i set the formula which is required on my data. In excel, im doing this; =if(returned date=0, today()-submission date-16, returned date-submission date-16) how to do this in ACCESS?
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How to find records records that will expire soon Comment from rael @ 8/8/2013
How to find records records that will expire soon. For example 1 month before its expiration.

Reply from Richard Rost:

Just set a query criteria for the ExpirationDate field to:

This says show me all the records where the ExpirationDate is earlier than than 30 days in the future. If you want EXACTLY 30 days in the future, say:

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youre amazing Comment from Anwar @ 5/10/2013
Thank u very much Instructor Rost, you're amazing and symbol for a success tutorials

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Coding in Forms Comment from Haidery @ 7/25/2012
plese inform me about the coding in Form of access and i am very satisfied to ur so hard work

Reply from Richard Rost:

I'm very glad that you enjoy my tutorials, but informing you about coding in forms would only take me about, oh, 20 hours or so. That's what my Access 301 to 329 lessons and most of my Access Seminars are about. :)
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