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Renew a membership record

Posted on 2002-03-04
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Hey,
I,ve got a simple database for a leisure center.  I have manages to carry out most of the work but i need help on none small aspect.  The problem is that memberships at the gym need renewing annually and i need help to create this function.  Could you please solve this small task for me.
Thanx Sully
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You can use a query to identify the renewals by enterin in the criteria underneath the "LastRenewalDate"
<dateserial(year([LastRenewalDate])-1,month([LastRenewalDate]),day([LastRenewalDate]))

This will list all with an expired renewal date.
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