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How I can write this excel calculation in access 2010

=SUM(TODAY ()-G130)/365.25

=SUM(TODAY ()-G130)/365.25

G130 = [Date of Birth]

SUM(TODAY I believe is my problem
Mar 24 '15 #1
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Seth Schrock
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Well, you aren't summing anything, so you don't need the sum function even in Excel. In Access, you would use the DateDiff() function along with the Date() function (which returns today's date) to get the difference between today and the date specified. The rest of the formula would be the same.

See DateDiff Function for more information.
Mar 24 '15 #2

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