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    DMT Dave is offline Expert
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    Date Diff In Query

    Hi Guy's, this one should be simple but can't seem to get it right!

    I am trying to add an Overdue field in a query with a DateDiff if there is overdue older than 14 days from InvoiceDate to Now, i think it is the Formatting Now part where i am wrong ??



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    Micron is offline Virtually Inert Person
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    You haven't said what the problem or result is.
    Maybe it's because DateDiff has no format parameter?

    EDIT - Somehow I missed that this was marked as solved. It's considered helpful to post a solution when you've solved it - helps others who might have the same issue.
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    dahveed is offline Novice
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    I need help. I have the following DateDiff Function in a MS Access Query Duration: DateDiff("n",[Ticket_Begin],[Ticket_Submitted]), how can I format is it hh:nn:ss? Thanks in Advance...

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    Micron is offline Virtually Inert Person
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    What you're doing here is called hijacking the thread because you're not the original poster. Better to start your own and avoid potentially confusing those who might post answers based on what they see that was posted by the original poster. It also helps to separate the notification emails for those who originally responded.
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