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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
Please help. This is driving me around the bend. I have a report that I OutputTo Rich Text format but my Percentage calculations do not survive the conversion from the report to the saved document. Please see: Has anyone encountered this before? I have many other reports and they all save correctly...
Hello, I'm new to Access so please consider this when forming your response. This has been driving me crazy and I've looked high and low on the 'net for a solution. I look forward to your response. I have a form with an option group. I've wish to have this display on my report. Take for instance...