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Date flag in Access 2003

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New Access user here. I have a simple datebase containing employee information. I have 3 differents dates which reflect the DUE date for a qualification that each employee needs in order to continue working on the job site.
I have looked at other postings but see nothing similar to what I am needing.

I need to simply have a flag (colour change or text) to alert a user that the current date is within a 30 day window prior to the due date.
In other words a warning that warns when that employee is 30 days away from requalification in each of the 3 categories.

Someone suggested just running a query and find dates between this date and 30 days from now, but this seems kinda silly.
Then again...what do I know?
Thanks in advance.
Oct 25 '06 #1
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NeoPa
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It's not very clear exactly what you want but, if I guess that you want something to show on a form which would enable the operator to review each record, then you could tie the form to a query rather than the underlying table.
One field on the form would be a boolean indicating whether or not the current user is within 30 days or not.

Alternatively, something like the following could be used after setting the OnCurrent to this event procedure :-

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  1. Private Sub Form_Current()
  2.     If Me!Date < DateAdd("d",30, Date()) Then
  3.         Me!Name.BackColor = 255
  4.     EndIf
  5. End Sub
Oct 25 '06 #2

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