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How to retrieve the date when a record is created in an Access

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Hello,

Is it possible to retrieve the date when a record is created in an Access
database table?
And if so, how can I do that (by code)?

Thanks in advance,
Jeroen Elias
Feb 22 '06 #1
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"Jeroen" <je**********@quickie.nl> wrote
Is it possible to retrieve the date when a record
is created in an Access database table?
And if so, how can I do that (by code)?


It is possible if you have defined a Field in the Table for "date of
creation" and set its default value to =Date() or =Now().

But, Access doesn't, by default, keep that information.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP
Feb 23 '06 #2

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