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Active Reports - date field help (need 2 weeks from "now")

Active Reports - date field help (need 2 weeks from "now")

Active Reports - date field help (need 2 weeks from "now")

I'm working with a report and need to specify a "date due" which is not a data field in my database. It's only a visible date contained on a report print out for a user. I have tried playing with labels, text boxes, report info boxes, and rich text boxes, but can't figure it out. I know that it would be "-0d + 15D" if I were filtering in my report, but I don't have a data field to filter by. How do I add a basic calculation in my report to say that I want a date printed that equals the date that is 15 days from today?

RE: Active Reports - date field help (need 2 weeks from "now")

Never mind.... I finally figured it out... just hours later!  I knew it had to be something simple.

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