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Convert ISO Date Time
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   33 days ago

Convert Full ISO 8601 Date Time to Microsoft Access


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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I will show you how to convert an ISO 8601 date-time value into a usable format for Access. Learn to split the date and time components, handle time zones, and create calculated fields using functions like DateSerial, DateAdd, and string manipulation features.

Kenneth from Yantis, Texas (an Expert Student) asks: I import Amazon Kindle Data to get a list of books that I have. The fields for dates come in with all those numbers and such that are never needed. Is there a way of formatting that data to just show the proper date?

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