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Old June 4th, 2010, 06:29 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.queries
Jim
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Default How to calculate days due?

I have a table (tblTerms) with 2 fields [strTerms] & [dblDaysDue]. The
typical terms in the table would be 2%10 Net 30 with [dblDaysDue] having a
value of 30. I then take the difference between the ship date from the
invoice and the paid date to calculate if they are paying within terms.
Everything works well, but now there's a customer with terms of 6/1. How can
I calculate if they are paying within terms when the number of days due
changes everyday?

Thanks



Jim


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Old June 4th, 2010, 08:24 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.queries
Ken Snell
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Default How to calculate days due?

What does "6/1" mean with respect to terms? I have no idea how to interpret
what that means with respect to your post. Help us understand how it's to be
interpreted.

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Ken Snell
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"Jim" wrote in message
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I have a table (tblTerms) with 2 fields [strTerms] & [dblDaysDue]. The
typical terms in the table would be 2%10 Net 30 with [dblDaysDue] having a
value of 30. I then take the difference between the ship date from the
invoice and the paid date to calculate if they are paying within terms.
Everything works well, but now there's a customer with terms of 6/1. How
can I calculate if they are paying within terms when the number of days due
changes everyday?

Thanks



Jim




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Old June 7th, 2010, 04:18 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.queries
Jim
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Default How to calculate days due?

Hello,
Sorry, 6/1 means terms of June 1.

Jim

"Ken Snell" wrote in message
...
What does "6/1" mean with respect to terms? I have no idea how to
interpret what that means with respect to your post. Help us understand
how it's to be interpreted.

--

Ken Snell
http://www.accessmvp.com/KDSnell/


"Jim" wrote in message
...
I have a table (tblTerms) with 2 fields [strTerms] & [dblDaysDue]. The
typical terms in the table would be 2%10 Net 30 with [dblDaysDue] having a
value of 30. I then take the difference between the ship date from the
invoice and the paid date to calculate if they are paying within terms.
Everything works well, but now there's a customer with terms of 6/1. How
can I calculate if they are paying within terms when the number of days
due changes everyday?

Thanks



Jim






 




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