• access 2003 complex query

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  • DoCmd.OpenReport not working right with WHERE clause

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  • MS Access query to show records that contain dates that differ by 1 year

    I have a table that is composed of 15 date fields. I want to make a query that will show the records where the there is a year difference between any of the 15 dates. I know that you can use the datediff function but that can only be used for 2 dates at a time. To create a datediff function for all...

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  • MS Access Datasheet sorting using Runtime

    In Access 2000 runtime is it possible to enable some quick an easy sorting on a DataSheet view in a subform?  I am currently using a ComboBox to achive this, but it would be more intuitive for the users to just be able to click on the column heading like one would do in Windows Explorer..  Thanks!

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  • Microsoft Access 2003 Report Footer Formula

    I have a formula ( =Avg(

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  • Microsoft Access 2003 slow on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise

    Recently one of our servers was upgraded from Windows Server 2003 Standard edition to Enterprise. We run a MsAccess2003 system on the Servewr, both backend as well as front end. Performance on the Enterprise system becomes visibly slow when process larger volumes of data at speed! Has anyone had a...

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  • Unable to restrict the display to top N records in subform in Microsoft Access 2003

    I have an application in MS Access 2003, which has a form and a subform. The subform displays, in its detail section records. I want to restrict the display of records of subform to top N records. When I use the query "select top 10 * ...", it executes successfully in the query editor window but...

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  • How to get data from a Web-installed Microsoft Access database from VB6

    I have an Access 2003 database installed in the database folder on our web site. How can I best modify my VB6 program to obtain the data from this file instead of from C:/ drive?

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  • Resizing fields to see content in Microsoft Access 2003

    In Access, to expand a field to view the field's contents what can you press?

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  • Resizing Microsoft Access 2003 properties form

    I recently installed MS Access 2003 SP3 on a new machine under Windows XP SP3. I find that I cannot resize the properties window when doing form design. The problem also applies to popup forms that I create. If I take the .mdb file to another machine, it works just fien. I have tried uninstalling...

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  • Problem with Microsoft Access 2003 write permissions

    users have read and write permission to certain forms in the database but after loggin, they could not enter any data to the form,please could help,i checked users&groups account,users&group permission everything seem to be okay but still.is there something i over looked or have not done yet.

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