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how Can I caluculate an expired date? 30, 60, 90 (change color)

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Lori Brown, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Lori Brown

    Lori Brown
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    I was task to build a database to track exercise. The client wants to know
    when an employee need schedule a course. The have 30 day after the course
    expiration date as being red, 30 before the expiration date as amber, and
    anything day longer than 30 as being green. They wanted to also know if I
    couldn build an alert message to tell the user someone need to schedule a
    class.
     
  2. Terry Kreft

    Terry Kreft
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    Look at DateDiff in VBA help.

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    Terry Kreft


    "Lori Brown" <Lori Brown@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:FBF71648-755F-4ABF-8A3F-20C87087B6AA@microsoft.com...
    > I was task to build a database to track exercise. The client wants to

    know
    > when an employee need schedule a course. The have 30 day after the course
    > expiration date as being red, 30 before the expiration date as amber, and
    > anything day longer than 30 as being green. They wanted to also know if I
    > couldn build an alert message to tell the user someone need to schedule a
    > class.
     
  3. Ron2006

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    And then at conditional formating
     
  4. dbahooker@hotmail.com

    dbahooker@hotmail.com
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    and crosstab queries and buckets

    what you're asking for is something called buckets; that's what
    programmers call it


    -Aaron


    Ron2006 wrote:
    > And then at conditional formating
     

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