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Creating an "Overdue" formula

Creating an "Overdue" formula

Creating an "Overdue" formula

I have created a database (In Approach 97) for capturing and tracking projects and I need to create a formula which will find all records where the project delivery date falls within 30 days of the current date.

I'd be grateful for any help on this. Thanks

RE: Creating an "Overdue" formula

In Find mode, enter this as the find condition into the delivery date field:

>= @Today() - 30 & <= @Today() + 30

You can save it as a named find by overtyping <Current Find/Sort> in the dropdown list on the Action Bar.

Paul Bent
Northwind IT Systems

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