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Brent Rinehart         
2 years ago
I followed the tutorial and have everything working great, but for my situation and how I track projects I would like to know if someone could help me with adding a button at the button of the continuous form where I can show just the current Days time entries, Current weeks time entries and group like work codes together from the same Job Number on the same day to give me the total hours for that job code if I were to work on the same job with the same code but at a different time of the day. Then If I could print out a weekly report of that weeks hours. A Bonus but not necessary would be to Show each job number and how many hours was billed to each job code maybe for the week and month. I will upload what my form looks like with sample data entered. The other thing is on my form I have two button one to enter the start time and one to enter the end time, I have watched the 15-min video and Richard rounds the time to the nearest 15-mins which is exactly what I want to do but the way that database is built is different than this one I think and only deals with the time part and not with the date and time part. Any Help I would greatly appreciate.
Brent Rinehart         
2 years ago

Brent Rinehart         
2 years ago

Adam Schwanz             
2 years ago
Use DateValue to get the Date part of your clock in/out, then filter by that date, or between that date-7 and that date, whatever you want to use for a time frame.

Dim X
X=DateValue(ClockIn)


You could use the same setup to limit a reports results to print.

If you really need somebody else to physically do the work, you could post over in the Access DevNet
Adam Schwanz             
2 years ago
I think DateValue and TimeValue are both covered in .Access Expert 28 which you have.
Brent Rinehart         
2 years ago
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction I will look into this and see what I can figure out.

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