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Obtain today's date: Access 2016: Queries
Obtain today's date: Access 2016: Queries

Access provides a couple of additional functions such as Date() and Now() that will return the current date and time. This is helpful for queries with criteria such as “…within the last 30 days” or “…two weeks from today.” In this movie, Adam shows how these functions can be used in date calculations and in a query's selection criteria.

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