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Calculate time intervals with DateAdd()

Calculate time intervals with DateAdd(): Access 2016: Queries
Calculate time intervals with DateAdd(): Access 2016: Queries

The DateAdd() function allows the database to specify a time frame such as "…the past 30 days", or "…within the last year," and return records within that time frame. In this movie, Adam uses DateAdd() to identify the due date for an employee review and to locate recently hired employees based on the current date.

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