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Next Up: Date Time Functions in Access
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   7 years ago

Microsoft Access TutorialsHey guys, just looking for some feedback. My next Access class will be Expert 27 and will continue the detailed Function Guide I started with Expert 25. This class will cover DATE AND TIME functions.

I've got a list of all of the functions, and I'll show you how to use them and what they do, but the challenge for making ALL of my classes is coming up with GOOD EXAMPLES. So, if you have anything that you'd like to see how to do in Access with regards to date and time functions, let me know.

I'm already going to show you things like how to calculate the first day of next month, how many days are in the current year, and so on... but I'm looking for lots of other examples to include in the class. So, if you've got any, post them here and I'll try to include them. Thanks!

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Tammy C. 
6 years ago
Hello. You asked for date/time examples. Here's one I've found especially perplexing. I'm a financial planner. When I advise on how college savings should be allocated, it depends on how many years until first and last withdrawal (these in turn depend on current grade level and how many years of college are planned). Once I determine the child's grade level once, I don't want to ask again.  I want to be able to calculate subsequent grade levels automatically and, from that, how many years to first and last withdrawal. Read More...
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michael 
6 years ago
good morning sir,
Please sir how do i display a record or a particular Field that is in FORM1 in another FORM2 In Access 2007

thanks in anticipation


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michael 
6 years ago
Thank you sire once more for time, out of your busy schedule you took time out to answer my questions. one more sir!

I have this formula DCount("*","JSS2_QUERRY","MATHS >" & [MATHS])+1         Read More...
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Robert R 
7 years ago
How about a date and time that populates a calendar in Access so that when an employee logs into the database the employee time and date populates the calendar on the correct date. I want my employees to use the username and login. After login the manager can look up the hours on Friday after 5pm and see a total hours for the employee. I don't use a payroll company so I have to add up the hours every Monday and submit them to an online payroll service. Read More...
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michael 
7 years ago
Thank you sir for your time. please sir  give me with an example how to use the ORDER BY to rank students scores in a particular subject and to create a different column for the result, you can include the DLOOKUP function, I need it with example sir. Thanks once more in anticipation. Read More...
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michael 
7 years ago
This is a records
sudent scores in mathmatics

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23        4th
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michael 
7 years ago
Thanks Mr. Alex, I will get back to you
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michael 
7 years ago
this formula =HLOOKUP(T2,DATA!$AY$166:DATA!$NZZ$168,3,TRUE) was in excel to display positions like 1st, 2nd, 3rd.... positions respectively according to students scores in a subject with students with the highest score as 1st position, the next 2nd and so on, I want to do same but in Ms-Access, please jelp me out. thanks in anticipation Read More...
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Richard W 
7 years ago
I have one large group of people, say students, parents and teachers.  Any one of them MAY be in two or all three categories depending on the year.  E.g. a student in 1980, a teacher in 2000, a parent in 2005.  The relationships for various matters are depentant on the year in question.  You asked for a problem.  Here's mine.
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Robert R 
7 years ago
I want to see how we could schedule reminders. Such as having a pop up that say, "you have a scheduled call in 5 min" then again in 1 min with a timer and a button that allows you to open account" and a button to delete a cab once you have finished....
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