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Access97: Code for a field in my form

Access97: Code for a field in my form

Access97: Code for a field in my form

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I'm hoping someone can help me. I have a form with a field called Effective Change Date. I also have a Pay Period Lookup Table with fields called Pay Period Date and Pay Period to Deduct Fee.

Example of Pay Period Lookup Table:
Pay Period Date Pay   Period to Deduct Fee
12/25/00 - 01/07/00   01/21/00
01/08/00 - 01/21/00   02/04/00
01/22/00 - 02/04/00   02/18/00

When we make a change in the Effective Change Date field I would like it to look in the Pay
Period Lookup Table, Pay Period Date field and find where the Effective Change Date would fall between and then find what Pay Period to Deduct Fee. Does anyone know if this can be done and how? Thanks a million in advance.

RE: Access97: Code for a field in my form

see same post in access forum

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