Date Series in Access Issues

I'm trying to find an alternative in Access for the excel "edate()" for a date sequence. I need it to pull from another textbox.  For Example; I need consecutive dates by month from 1/1/15: =edate(effectivedate)+1" and it should return 2/1/15.  Is there anyone that can help me?
Sara HedtlerInsurance DirectorAsked:
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You can use DateAdd(Interval,Number of Intervals,Date). To add 1 month to your date, you would use:



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Sara HedtlerInsurance DirectorAuthor Commented:
That worked PERFECTLY!!! Thank you!!!!
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