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Old March 7th, 2004, 09:15 AM
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quote:Originally posted by MattLeek
 Hi, i hate to be a pain, but i checked in my Access book and couldn't find the DateSerial command. Could anyone tell me how it works?

Matthew Leek
It's not an Access function, it's part of VBA runtime library so can be used across all Microsoft Office apps. Open the help from inside Access VBA IDE and search there.

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