Is it even possible to store calculated data in access 07

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my employer asked me to build a database to do payroll. the forms are complete, the expressions work, but the calculated fields do not store in the table like they should, such as net and gross pay. is there another way to do this? i am in serious need of help. thanx

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  • Gent01
    The last thing I did in excel (way back), you had to actually tell the form to save the data. It might just be populating the text boxes with the values, you then need to save the data to store it.
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  • XENOPHON22
    Indeed you are correct Gent01. When using access it is very important to save often and close properly. We have lost a lot of information because people 'forget' and just close it. I saw your post last week but was hoping he would reply as to what he did.
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