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    pvl55 is offline Novice
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    Joining Dates in query

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    Hi everyone,

    Fairly basic access user here. Trying to join queries using date as the join. No errors occur but the query is blank when i try to join.

    any sugestions?

    Thanks!

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    Bob Fitz is offline Access Developer
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    Do both Invoice Date fields contain just​ dates or does one or both contain Time as well
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    pvl55 is offline Novice
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    Hi Bob,

    I actually just rebuilt my database (just started), and it works. sorry to waste your thought on this. Still not sure what happened.

    Thank you,
    Peter

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    Bob Fitz is offline Access Developer
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    Quote Originally Posted by pvl55 View Post
    Hi Bob,

    I actually just rebuilt my database (just started), and it works. sorry to waste your thought on this. Still not sure what happened.

    Thank you,
    Peter
    No problem.
    Would just like to advise you against using object names (tables, fields, reports etc) with spaces in them. For example, InvDate would be much better than Invoice Date. A;so, tables should almost always have a Primary Key field.
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