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Calculation in Microsoft Access

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What is the right way to do some calculation in MS access to be stored in the bound table through the user entry form.
Should I make use of VBA or simply from access.
Aug 26 '12 #1
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zmbd
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I think it depends some on the calculation and exactly what you're after.

Do want the calculation to function within the table or do you want to recall the calcuation for use latter.

-z
Aug 26 '12 #2

NeoPa
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Actually, it's rarely a good idea to store the results of calculations in a table at all. See Database Normalisation and Table Structures.

If you think you have a situation where this might not pertain then you need to ask your question more clearly, as such open and general questions are relatively meaningless and don't help anyone.
Aug 26 '12 #3

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