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Select data one year from Run date

Posted on 2012-04-02
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Good morning!
Here's an interesting question (or so I think it is!)

We need to include records where the data is one year out from the date that the report is run.  For example, If I ran a report on April 1, 2012, it would include data from 12 months prior to that run date.

Not sure how to go about this - any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
Thank you -
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Try this as the selection formula


{YourDate} >= DateAdd('yyyy',-1,CUrrentDate)

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Thank you - I'll try this now and get back to you,

cs
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Easy to translate into report.  Worked!
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