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Thread: [RESOLVED] ACCESS - PK=DateTime - Query Fails With Dates Starting 1897

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    Resolved [RESOLVED] ACCESS - PK=DateTime - Query Fails With Dates Starting 1897

    Please Ignore this thread. Error was a result of typo in field name.
    My apologizes.
    Last edited by vb6forever; Oct 26th, 2020 at 10:38 PM.

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    Re: ACCESS - PK=DateTime - Query Fails With Dates Starting 1897

    Next time, don't delete the post... but post a reply mentioning that you solved it and how... and then mark th thread as resolved (thread tools menu at the top right of post 1).
    1) This will help others looking for the same problem - in this case prompt them to look at their spellings.
    2) By marking as resolved, people like me won't stop in to read what is essentially an empty post

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