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Show matching records for today's date

Show matching records for today's date

Show matching records for today's date


I've created a nursery database which records a daily record of a child's attendance, this includes

dteSessionDates, ysncurrentsession, there's a few more fields but these ones are the most important for my problem.

i currently show on a form the current information for the child via the ysncurrentsession but on a day to day basis this information might change which means i would have to move the tick box every time i change the details.

I did try having in the query criteria: dteSessionsDates = Now(), this obviously worked and displayed the info only when the 2 fields matched.

Is there a way for when dteSessionsDates <> Now() to display the record where the tick box is ticked?

Below is the main form for the database, it's the information top right of the screen where my problem is.



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