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Date field2 calculate 30 days after the date of date field1

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Last Modified: 2013-11-05
Hello. I am using Microsoft Access 2000. I have two date fields in a form. Datefield1 is any date (usually today's date). I would like date field2 to calculate 30 days from date field1. I am using a form that is connected to a table.
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