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10/2/2009 1:07:47 AM
Access Tip: DCOUNT
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I just posted a new Access video to the Tips & Tricks section. This one is on how to use the DCOUNT function to count the number of records in a table or query. This is great if you want to, for example, assign a RANK to each record (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.) based on some criteria.

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Access Tip DCount Comment from Usama Zahoor @ 12/28/2015
Can you show me the query and some more info about monthly calculating attendance of studnet

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Have you seen the Student Attendance Tip
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Access Tip Count MonthlyAttendance of Student Comment from Usama Zahoor @ 12/13/2015
I m using access 2007 on windows 10
i have made student attendance database and make a count function to count absents and presents individually.I have used append query to record attendance i attendance table by watching your (STUDENT ATTENDANCE) video.
Now i want to count function resets automatically after every month and calculate percentage of absents on th basis of one month and presents to take action on Student such as STUCK OFF or Active
I will be very Thanks full if you solve me problem
Waiting for your reply..........

Reply from Alex Hedley:

You could just make your query have a criteria and filter on a give month then only use that dataset to make your calculations
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