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Using the DMax Function to Get the Largest Value


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Learn how to use the DMax function to quickly show the customer's last order date on the Customer Form. This way you don't have to open up the Order Form to find it.

Elisa from Montgomery, Alabama (a Platinum Member) asks: I'm using your awesome free TechHelp Customer Template. Thank you. Is there a way I can quickly see the date of the customer's last order from the Customer Form without having to open the Order Form?

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I'll show you how to use DMax to calculate the number of days between orders in a query.

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