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=date() not able to display time in query

Posted on 2014-02-24
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hello,
am using the = date() in a invisible textbox on a form- users enter data in-
now admin wants to be able to see the date and time
cannot seem to have it display in a date time ( general) format- tried changing it in query and also in properties of table-
any ideas what I can do to have it display date and time?
thank you
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Question by:davetough
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Rey Obrero earned 400 total points
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use  =Now()  instead of Date()
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You may also need to select the correct format for the textbox, probably General Date
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