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  1. #1
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    Apr 2009

    Question Unanswered: adding business days from a date the user selects

    Hello, I have a question. I have been searching for an answer online for the answer with no luck. Is there a simple SQL script or query expression I can use to calculate business days from a date the user inputs? I have found some different posts on how to add business days but I beleive it is showing me VBA scripting for a form which I am not quite understanding as I keep getting an error message whenever I try. Ideally what I want to achieve is there is a button the user clicks on and it runs this query which asks for a date. The user puts in the date and then the query will ask them for the interval (just for example the user says date of 1/1/09 and inputs 10 for the interval. I want the query to display 1/13/09 as this is 10 business days (Monday-Friday) from 1/1/09. Can anyone help? I have already figured out the expression that will allow me to do this with just regular days and that expression is:

    Expr1: DateAdd("d",[Enter Interval],[Enter Date])

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    May 2005
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