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Round Up Decimal Point To 4 Decimal Places
Hi there,

I am not sure the best way to do this,

I have a field with values that look like: 1.69553366385509 or 0.0061705541157596

I want these values to look like: 1.6955 or 0.0062 (4 decimal places [rounded up if possible])

Thanks for your help with this

Sue

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Reducing The After Decimal Digits
I have a table in which i have fields that have numbers with a huge number of digits after the decimal. i.e 10.2356491876545.... when i change the properties of the field to show only two digits. it does display two digits but the number is still stored in its original format. Is there anway i can chop off the unwanted digits forever so that they are not stored in the table anymore.

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Trim To 2 Decimal Places
I have this code:

MaxCPC = Bid2 / 7

But I want MaxCPC to be stored to 2 decimal places. If I click in the field, quite often I get something like 2.3256 but I only want 2.32.

How?

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Decimal Point
Hi

I have data numbers:

1500
60000
8900

How can I put a decimal point two from the right ie:

15.00
600.00
89.00

Thanks.........

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Remove Zero Before The Decimal Point
Hello,

I have a lot of values that look like this: 0.524, 0.673, and 0.398. I hate to look at these numbers with the zero before the decimal point and would like to find out how to remove them. I know that it's possible in Excel, but I'm not sure of how to do it in Access.

Is this possible?

Thanks

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Decimal Point Problems
I am working on a database that tracks things for a welding shop. Because of this I am using heights in millimeters and decimal points are necessary. The page I am using is an input form with a subform tied to a specific record. I can under no circumstance get my decimals to stay put in the input form or in the table. I have tried changing to decimal and putting the decimal to two and the precision to five, long integers with decimals to 2. Formatting with #.## so it maintains it in the text box... but nothing has worked. Has anyone run into this problem?

Thanks

Riley

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Single Decimal Point?
When created a query how do you change the decimal point,
There are many and i want a single one.

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ListBox Decimal Point?
Does anyone know how to force a listbox to display an additional level of accuaracy in a listbox which displays a value based on an expression in a querry? My querry displays the value to 4 decimal point but my listbox only diplays the value to 2 decimal point.
Thanks!

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Exporting Decimal Comma As Point
I have a table with the numbers formatted as example 9999,99. My mysql database i'm exporting to uses the point as decimal sign. Can I change my query so it outputs the decimal sign as point instaed of a comma?

In my international setting decimal is a comma and should stay a comma.

Thanks

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Decimal Point Issue On Currency
ok.. this is not a hugely important issue, however.. it is a slight annoyance that i would like to resolve if it is possible..most of my currencies will be whole numbers like twenty pounds or five pounds..so i chose to set the decimal point to 0 which displays it like this..£50which is better then setting it on auto (£50.00) which my user does not like..(uneccessary zeros)however.. every now and then there will be a carpark cost of £2.30..if i set the decimal point to 0 then £2.30 will display as £2 which is no good.. if i set the decimal point to 1 then it will display it as £2.3 which is no good..so is there a way to make sure that all currencies display as decimal point 0 values.. eg £34.. £2.. £145 and if a price happens to involve some pence.. such as two pounds 30 pence.. then display it as £2.30 or £103.55... etc....i hope that is clear

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Number Field Adding Bogus Data Beyond Decimal Point
I have a field for Item Price.
It would be a currency field, but I want it to be able to work with up to 6 decimal places. currency only seems to handle 4.
So, in the table, i changed it to a Single.
In the form, I left the control on Currency.

If I type in $1.43, instead of storing $1.43000000 it stores $1.43003243953

Why is it adding all these bogus sub decimal numbers? Any clue?

Thank you,
Evan

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Left Trim / Right Trim
Hello,

Does anyone know of a way that I can get rid of characters off a product code so all I am left with is just the characters greater than zero?

Example...

AA0000000652618... I only want to be left with 652618.

Would it be best to use a left trim or to use a right trim function? Unfortunately there is no standard for the product numbers... meaning that some numbers are 15 characters in length (as is above) but others maybe shorter or longer...

Also where I would add in the Right or Left Trim piece of code?
Regards,

Peter Vav

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Last 4 Digits Of SSN
I have a database that uses the SSN as the primary key, but only the last 4 digits of the SSN need to be shown on the reports that are generated. I can't figure out how to use the Left function to extract only the last 4 digits. For example if a SSN were: 123-45-6789 I would want the field to read ***-**-6789, or just 6789 whichever is easiest. I would appreciate any help that could be given.

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I need to pull only the last 4 digits of the SSN. How do I do that in my query?

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Compare Digits
Hi there!
I'm bulding this database where the user will have to insert a full phone number. What I would like to know is? if is there any way where Access can pick the first 5 digits of the number to compare with information already imputed in. by example if the user input the number 01942789789, access pick the number 01942 to look for a match? I know I could do with two diferents fields one for the code number and other for the number, but my boss only want one field. Is there anyone that could help me

Thanks

www.joaobeca.co.uk

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Sort By First 2 Digits Only
Open the database – then open the Report: rep_Billing

I have a query that is doing some sort and count functions. The column [TYPE] is sorted then counted. Instead of sorting by the full name can the query sort based off of the first 2 characters?

Example:
On the report the first company is: AMERICAN POSTCARDS

First it separates the colors, which is good.
Then separates the [TYPE] then counts the total amount that color was that type.
However I do not want the full type to be separated out, I want it based on the first 2 characters so that the “N-“ will all stay together as a group.

Final count should say: AMERICAN POSTCARDS
GREEN RA 3
RED N- 14
RED PR 16
RED RA 12
BLUE NC 1

I know I can get this info from the report, but it has to be done at the query level because it is going to be exported into another system at that point. Thanks.

Let me know if I need to make this clearer. Thank you all.

Travis

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Show Everything BUT The Last 3 Digits
Hi,

I am writing a very very simple query to identify postal codes from a list of addresses. The table containing the data has a field called POSTAL_CODE.

I need to exclude the last three digits of this postal code so as to only show the first 2,3,4 digits.

Example would be simple by having a query just showing the first few digits like this Left$([POSTAL_CODE],4) for example, however that will not show correctly for SK6 5LP and M2 4DJ and SK12 8LY.

I have either 2, 3, 4 digits I will need. All that is sure is - I do not want to see the last three digits. Identifying the last three is of course simple, but I cannot exclude them. Tried this

Right$([POSTAL_CODE],3) - and calling the field LAST_THREE
and then ([POSTAL_CODE]-[LAST_THREE])

However does not work because these are numbers and letters.

Probably a simple one, can someone please help - perhaps a query that sounds like this : show all but not Right$([POSTAL_CODE],3)

Ta

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Show Everything BUT The Last 3 Digits
Hi,

I am writing a very very simple query to identify postal codes from a list of addresses. The table containing the data has a field called POSTAL_CODE.

I need to exclude the last three digits of this postal code so as to only show the first 2,3,4 digits.

Example would be simple by having a query just showing the first few digits like this Left$([POSTAL_CODE],4) for example, however that will not show correctly for SK6 5LP and M2 4DJ and SK12 8LY.

I have either 2, 3, 4 digits I will need. All that is sure is - I do not want to see the last three digits. Identifying the last three is of course simple, but I cannot exclude them. Tried this

Right$([POSTAL_CODE],3) - and calling the field LAST_THREE
and then ([POSTAL_CODE]-[LAST_THREE])

However does not work because these are numbers and letters.

Probably a simple one, can someone please help - perhaps a query that sounds like this : show all but not Right$([POSTAL_CODE],3)

Ta

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Wildcard For One OR More Digits?
Hello, I'm trying to use wildcards to filter for records that contain a date somewhere within the string.

I'm using Like "*#.##.##*" which works for dates that have a day of the months >10, but what about those under?

Well, Like "*#.#.##*" only works for those with the day of month <10. Is there a wildcard character for "one or more digits"?

Also, the above example excludes Oct. - Dec. for the same reason.

help!

Thanks,
Gifford

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First 12 Digits From One Field Into Another
I am having massive problems with data – I have imported data only to find out that Access has not imported all of it as there is a max of 255 fields, and I have loads more!!

I think I can get round this by importing without the delimited or fixed widths into a memo field but this gives me another problem, the the first 12 digits are the ‘Ref_No’

So I have a table called tblCustMemo that I have imported, and I have 3 fields, ID (Primary Key), Ref_No (new and totally empty) and Memo.

How can I put the first 12 characters from the memo field into the Ref_No field?
Then remove the first 13 characters from the memo field (there is a space after the Customers reference number)

I presume I would do this by update queries, but I am currently at a loss!!


I tried this, just to get the first 13 characters then was going to try update query, but this only returned 7 records out of 8687!!

SELECT Custmemo_TEST.ID, Custmemo_TEST.Ref_No, Custmemo_TEST.Memo
FROM Custmemo_TEST
WHERE (((Custmemo_TEST.Memo)=Left([Custmemo_TEST]![Memo],13)));

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Help Me Block Out The First 5-digits Of The SSN
I hope someone can help me. I have a report that prints out with the customers social security number on it. I need to change it so that only the last four digits of the SSN show, so it would like something like this XXX-XX-1234. I still want it to keep the full SSN in my Table though so we can search for the customers info with the SSN.

Is there a way that I can change it on the report only and not mess up any other forms that I have it on? Any help would be awesome!

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Totals But Only If 4 Digits
i need to total some data, but only if the code contains 4 digits.

by this i mean.

Code --> A101 ----> Occur 35
Code --> A101A ----> Occur 1
Code --> A101B ----> Occur 5
Code --> A101C ----> Occur 3
Code --> A101D ----> Occur 5
Code --> A101E ----> Occur 5
Code --> A101F ----> Occur 5

the total i need to be displayed is 24....

you will see that the first code only has 3 digits in the code...

Can this be done? if so how please

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Change Number Of Digits To 5
have a query with a field that contains numbers with 3,4,and 5 digits. I want to format it so it displays all as 5 digits by adding 0s to the front of the number. EX:

324
4856
45634

change to:
00324
-4856
45634

Help please. Dont want to do it in VBA either. I would rather build it as an expression field or something.

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How To Query The First 3 Digits Of A Field
I'm trying to export from a text file. However one of the fields contains 2 items of data, ie the code and name of a person.
eg 'po2 Paul O Mahony'. What I want to do is query only the code(first 3 digits) from this field. ie 'po2'. Is there a way of doing this within a query (sql) or do I have to use vbscript to solve this?
thanks

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dear frnd,

i have a access program for printing cheque. i want to use a text box which automaticaly convert number ito digits from user input text box.

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Hi all,

here's me again,

I have a question, I'm trying to generate an autonumber but of 4 digits, for example
the first one is: 0001 and autonumber 100 is: 0100, and so on

how can I do that?

any help will e very much appreciated!

Best Regards
CS.

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