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Old May 24th, 2004, 08:40 AM
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how to use a mixed criteria in an unbound form.
i have employees table, including employee no, att_date,payment.
in form named (hats) i would like to calculate the salary in (emloyees) table, if the employee no = forms!hats!employee_no and att_date between forms!hats!date1 and forms!hats!date2

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Hi Capitala,
not sure if I understand entirely your objective, but maybe these options may lead you closer.
In the ControlSource property of an unbound textbox, you can use DSUM, which gives a total of all records, in a particular field, in accord with the criteria.
=DSUM("fieldname","tablename","tablename.EmployeeN o = 13 And tablename.att_date Between #12/31/03#And#12/31/04#")
you can use this in VBA also, if you need to stipulate certain more criteria, or use a math equation etc...

Without knowing further, how you are going about the calculation, I'm not sure what else to suggest. eg once you've restricted the employee# and the date worked, do you now multiply wage by hours, is the salary automatically entered provided the employee worked that duration?
you could even open a recordset, specify the criteria, make your calculations & update a particular field accordingly.
Please elaborate, if need be.
Hope this helps, good luck!



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