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Leave Calculation MS Access

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I am working on a project using Access 2013. I have a Leave table that calculate leave days,balance leave days,used leave days,
unpaid leave days. i have created it in excel and working fine. but i could not execute in access.
i hoping that someone cam help me. Thank's in advance.if you need the excel i will upload it.
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Jul 11 '21 #1
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Hi Ganie.

Welcome to Bytes.com.

Although I'm happy to confirm this is a valid post, I can't really help you with it because it doesn't make any sense. All I know from your post is that you are having some trouble with a Leave table. No idea what the details are because you tell us nothing that actually makes sense.

Forget uploading anything and try to put your understanding of your problem down in words that mean something to someone who's reading it.
Jul 12 '21 #2
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Cross-posted with over 20 replies at another forum.
Jul 12 '21 #3
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Hi neopa,

Please check attachment for your kind reference thank's.

God bless.
Jul 12 '21 #4
32,349 Expert Mod 16PB
Hi Ganie.

In my earlier post my message was to forget the attachment and explain your question clearly enough so that we can help you (I'm paraphrasing of course). It seems you've chosen to ignore me on both fronts. That's fine. We all make our own choices and my responsibility stops where no rules are broken - and none have been here.

I can advise that an attachment doesn't make up for there being no question that makes sense. The former is sometimes of additional help - but in my experience rarely even that. The latter is fundamental to our ability to help.

It may be somewhat unfortunate that suggesting something doesn't make sense is also often used as accusatory and argumentative. Perhaps I should have made my intentions clearer. I have no interest in criticising you - either in private or in public - I merely point out what you will need to understand if you're to move beyond the current impasse. It's simple truth to advise you that, whatever you think you're sharing with us as an understanding of your problems, is not getting across with the words you've used. They may make sense to you - but then you already know what you mean.

You can probably guess that none of us here answering those questions that we can are what anyone would call stupid. You just don't do what we do if you're stupid. It really is as simple as that. I think then, that it's fairly safe to infer that if your words don't allow us to understand what you're attempting to ask for help on, then there's a problem with the words and how they're put together.

What you do with that understanding is absolutely down to you. All I can say is that I will be unable to help unless & until you write a question that makes sense.
Jul 12 '21 #5

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