By Richard Rost 3 years ago
Create a List of Birthdays using DateSerial
In this video, I'll show you how to use the DateSerial function to build a valid date value based on the year, month, and day parts in Microsoft Access. You can use this to determine who has a birthday coming up in the next 30 days.
Gillian from Reno, Nevada (a Platinum Member) asks: I'm in the restaurant business. We ask our customers for their date of birth so we can give them a free dinner on their birthday, but most people only give month and day, not the year, and that's OK. Problem is, how do I store that in my table? Also, how can I tell who has a birthday coming up in the next 30 days so I can send them a gift card?
Members will learn how to calculate an exact list of customers who have birthdays in the following calendar month. So if it's currently October, you can see everyone who has a birthday in the month of November.
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