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Using the On Click Event. Increment a Date Field.


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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I'm going to teach you how to use the On Click event to increment a date field by one day. We'll make labels right next to the field. You can click once on a (+1) label to add a day and (-1) to subtract a day.

Anderson from Buffalo, New York (a Platinum Member) asks: Is there a way that I could click a button to move someone's appointment date forward one day. This happens a lot in our office, and I'm sick of having to click on the field, type in a value, or click on the little popup calendar and click on the date. I just want one CLICK and it's done.

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I'll show you how to add a combo box with a bunch of different intervals in it (days, weeks, months, quarters, years). The date value will be changed based on the value you pick in the combo box!

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