dagodewerd

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Hi,

I have a nice database for my small company, an after school care center in Holland. I work with Access 2003 and would like to have a starting date possibility on my form; for new children and children who are changing days or times etc. as from some day in the future. I cannot figure out how...

Is there a tutorial on this anawhere? Or does anyone have a solution?
All help is appreciated, of course.

Dago
 

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Andrew Fergus

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Hi

I'm not sure if I understand but can you not include a starting date in the underlying table? Once you have done that you can then include it on your form. It will also depend on your table design - are the enrolment details held in a different table to the one that holds the details about the children?

Andrew
 

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