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Relation In a form i create one tex box for date. From this date i need to save in different location of a table in different date format automatically. how can i do so, pls help me.

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Re: Relation

Populate the field's controlsource with =forms.formname.field and then from the properties of the new field change the format to a required one, on saving it will use that format.

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Application and example of relationship in access


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this discussion could go on for days (month? a semester at least?) but data is any piece of information you want to capture and save. a name. an address. a phone number. (actually they are examples of pieces of data - and whether you capture and save them or not they are still pieces of data). data "forms" a database when you save it (in the dataabase).

the database usually has tables representing related pieces of infomation.

the CLIENT table may have the following fields:
Client Number
Client Name
Contact name
etc., etc.

the ACCOUNTS_RECEIVABLE table may have
Client Number
Invoice Number
Invoice Date
Invoice amount
etc., etc.

Notice how the CLIENTS table is "related" to the ACCOUNTS_RECEIVABLE table by the Client Number - hence the term you may have heard RELATIONAL database.

any more in depth please ask.

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