By Richard Rost 2 months ago
Excel's EOMONTH Function in Microsoft Access
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I'm going to teach you how to create a replica of Excel's EOMONTH function using VBA. You'll learn how to write a custom function that will allow you to find the end-of-month date based on a given date and the number of months you want to add or subtract. This will offer you a seamless way to extend Excel's capabilities right into your Access databases, giving you more control and flexibility over your date calculations. Stay tuned to discover how to bring this useful Excel feature into your Access toolkit.
Ethan from San Marcos, Texas (a Platinum Member) asks: I'm in the process of transitioning numerous Excel spreadsheets to a Microsoft Access database. One function that we frequently use in our spreadsheets is EOMONTH. Is there a way to replicate this functionality within Microsoft Access?
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