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How do I create a function in ms access 2002 to convert UTC time to local time?
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See if this gives you the jist:
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You create a function that takes UTC time and does a dateadd to subtract 4-5 hours based on daylight savings time.  You can see the additional logic there, which you may need to adjust for new daylight savings rules.
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