MS Access query

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Microsoft Access 2003
Microsoft Access database
I have a large table for a leasing database, and it includes a column for start dates and end dates of lease terms, and there are up to 11 lease terms. I am trying to write a query that will identify the current lease term, and then another query to identify the current rent rate based on which term is current. I am not having any luck finding references to this type of query. I am thinking I might need to restructure my table, but again, not sure how. Any suggestions?

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Access 2003

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  • carlosdl
    Some example data, and a clear specification of your current table structure would be helpful.
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