Setting a target date in Microsoft Access

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I have very basic knowledge of Access what I need to do is set a target date from today's date. What I have done so if is to import a spreadsheet from excel as I keep on losing important information. So try to set up the formulas. like calculation, target dates etc.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    What did it mean, losing important information when you imported from excel? What types of calculation/formulas/target dates that you wanted to setup? Is that excel sheet has macro or a plain spreadsheet?
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  • TGrant149
    I'm currently using Excel to key my data in, and it is in shared mode to share with one other. but for some reason it keeps losing information we have keyed in, so I'm trying to export everything into access as I think it is a safer way for me to save data, I just don't know how to link everythink. where as in excel I can do the formulas, and some basic macros, I haven't a clue how to do it in access, I'm at a loss. and now I just realized how would I put it into shared mode.
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  • TGrant149
    The spread sheet consist of the date received, target date, start date, completed date. 2 job ref no, company name, where job is, cost of the job, status of job, who completed work x3, (dif people carrying out works on same same job), their cost and date paid, then date and ref no of client payment and invoice no, date paid, the other reason I want to use access I can attached the job tickets and add note, I looked for ready made sheets but I cant adapted them as I don't know how. So I really need help in more ways then one.
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