• field C is the result of the substraction between filed A and field B from the same table

    How to create a field C into a MS Access table which will be the result of the subtraction between filed B and filed A on the same table. Like: C=B-A

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  • VB and MS access

    I have finished develop a project in VB 6. Back end as Ms Access(Office 2003). Finished up to SETUP file. MY question is how to install the setup file with the database.

    Coordinator5 pointsBadges:
  • Deleting out partial data from a field

    I need to delete out partial data from a field in Access. I have a field of numbers that begin with '1NF' ex.(1NF123424). This needs to be deleted, but leaving the number alone '123424'. How can I do this with out manualy deleting it out myself?

    Mk198315 pointsBadges:
  • Strange behavior in Access 2003 user interface

    I create a form in access 2k3 data project connected to sql server 2k5. I put two check boxes on my form. On runtime, when i click on one of check box, it also fires on the other check box...set check box value from false to true. But it works normally when i use keyboard shortcut to fire that...

    Ipong40 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot open second copy of Access 2003 database

    I have created several databases that we use it the office. They are kept on a server. Recently, we started getting a security warning window everytime we open Access. It asks DO YOU WANT TO OPEN THIS FILE? and points out that the publisher is UNKNOWN PUBLISHER. If you click yes, it opens normally....

    tlsanders11,340 pointsBadges:
  • MS Access IIF Statement

    I am pulling options from a table of "1", "2" or "3" and cannot get the Iif statement to produce the results that I need. Please find the Iif statement below: =IIf([lepamtpaid]=1, “Your premium bill will reflect this new premium amount.)”,(lepamtpaid = 2, “This lump sum amount will be...

    Jsweitzer15 pointsBadges:
  • Accessing an SQL 2005 Synonym with ODBC

    Is there a way to link to a synonym in SQL 2005 using ODBC and MS Access?

    Randym1,740 pointsBadges:
  • Automated data entry for some controls based on data in other controls in Access 2003

    Hi: I am creating a bilingual (english/french) database wherein I need to have the french controls automatically filled when I choose an english term from a dropdown list in the correspopnding english control. Example: I have a list of terms in a combo box control (named 'domain') containing the...

    Willis125 pointsBadges:
  • Decimal places rounding to whole number

    In my Access 2003 form values with decimal places are rounding to whole number. I've set the property to fixed formal with 2 decimal places and the problem continues.

    Juju335 pointsBadges:
  • Justified alignment in Microsoft Access

    Dear Sir, I have put one memo field in Ms-Accees report. I want it to be printed like this : |.....................................| |.....................................| |.....................................| |..................| Please reply, Thanks, Sandip

    Ssandbhor10 pointsBadges:
  • Access form won’t clear after each entry is added

    I have an access form with an add button. The button adds the record to the table, but the form won't clear that entry out. How do I clear the entry?

    Bonniw5 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Access printing

    I had developed an application using MS Access 2003 and have no problem whether viewing or printing it in one page from my PC or Notebook. Also no problem when I opened this application in MS Access 2007 and printing it via MS Access 2007. By the way my printer is HP Laser Jet 1022. My problem is...

    Pusparaj7515 pointsBadges:
  • email query recordset

    "I have a query (emailnotifytest) based on 2 tables . One table (shipmentdata) filters on new records. the other table (contact) filters which contains the email address filters whether the address is not null. The tables are joined by the companyname. the code below works as far as sending the...

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  • importing an EXCEL tab

    while importing an EXCEL tab with the import wizard, ACCESS 2003 changes a text field with only numbers that exceeds the long integer format to scientific notation. Is there a possibility the numbers do appear?

    GIT02110 pointsBadges:
  • Transferring a database from Microsoft Access to SQL Server 2000

    How would I transfer a database from Microsoft Access to SQL Server 2000?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Creating a Form

    I'm creating a form and have an dropdown combo field on my form. (dz, each, Bag, case etc.) I want to use the dropdown on each line independantly. What ever is selected on the first line goes on all the lines. How do i get each line to have different selections based on a new line?

    Sims5 pointsBadges:
  • display data item which is start from Perticular leter from database table in c# .net

    in c# .net (SELECT * FROM [tablename] where fristname LIKE 'k*') this query is not work with MSaccess database

    K1115 pointsBadges:
  • must Access be installed to use Analysis Server

    Working with Analysis Manager Version: 8.00.194, my Sales cube looks good until I try to browse the data that comes from Foodmart 2000.mdb. Is this because Access is required?

    Psf55 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Access in a Server

    Hi I am using Vb6 as front-end which is installed in the client machines and MS access 2003 in my server as back-end. Can I create local copies in each client system and at a particular time I need to update the server database with the local databases

    Threeeye5 pointsBadges:
  • Importing Data GAL entries into Access 2007

    Need to import outlook GAL entries into Access 2007 & have the database updated when I change a field in the GAL entry.

    AGB25 pointsBadges:

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