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Access 2010 Beginner 5
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   9 years ago

This Microsoft Access video tutorial picks up where Level 4 left off. This class covers query criteria in a lot more depth, parameter queries, wildcards, and lots more. Topics include:

- Query Criteria
- Multiple AND, OR Conditions
- Inequalities
- Records Between Two Dates
- Dealing with Null Values
- Wildcards and LIKE
- Parameter Queries
- Top X Values
- Formatting Query Field Output

Click here for more information on Access 2010 Beginner Level 5, including a course outline, sample videos, and more.

Criteria Between Two Times Link 
Andrew Cleary      
4 days ago
I want to filter out any dates and times More than 7 AM each day.  

Example I want to show a date and time 1/21/2021 03:00 but I do not want to show a date that happens 1/21/2021 09:00.  

as of right now I have to go in each day and replace my criteria so it says =#1/21/2021 06:59:00 AM#

I want the query to know that update the calendar day and keep the time the same.
Alex Hedley         
4 days ago
The DateValue covered in Expert 28 chops the time portion off a date and leaves you just that. So you could use that on your date input.

Then its just a matter of adding the time. Since dates are stored in access as 1 you just need a portion of that so 7/24.
Andrew Cleary     
3 days ago
I figured out how to use a text box as the criteria in all my queries so the end user can use the date picker to customize the date and time of the filter for the reports.  I will probably end up taking that class as it has a lot of info on what I am currently working on.  Thanks!
Richard Rost        
3 days ago
Hour(MyDateTime)<=7
Andrew Cleary     
2 days ago
Thanks Richard, I'll try this when I get back to work in a couple of weeks.
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