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Open any table that contains a date field. Click the table design view. Select the date/time field. In the field properties section at the bottom of the design view screen, make the following changes: Choose your date/time Format. Set the Default Value to =Date().
Add two years to a specified date: SELECT DateAdd("yyyy", 2, #22/11/2017#). Add one year to the current system date: SELECT DateAdd("yyyy", 1, Date()). Add 6 months to the employees' birth date: SELECT LastName, DateAdd("m", 6, BirthDate) FROM Employees.
Definition and Usage The Date() function returns the current system date.
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Open your query in Design view. In the query design grid, click the Criteria row of the field where you want to add the criterion. Add the criteria and press ENTER. You can use several types of criteria like text, dates (read about applying criteria to text and using dates as criteria) and functions.
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