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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   6 months ago

Compare Month-Over-Month Sales in Access


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In this video, I will show you how to compare sales month-over-month for both the previous month and the same month last year in your Microsoft Access databases.

Jeremy from Colorado Springs, Colorado (a Platinum Member) asks: I need to compare sales month-over-month for both the previous month and for the same month last year. How can I do this in Access?

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Members will learn how to perform the same calculations in Access VBA. You will be able to specify any two periods with begin date and end date, so you can check month-over-month, year-over-year, quarter-over-quarter, etc.

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Kevin Robertson 
4 months ago
Richard,
In your Month-Over-Month Template some of the figures seem to be wrong as highlighted in the screenshot below. Or am I just going mad? lol
Kevin Robertson
4 months ago

Richard Rost
4 months ago
I'll definitely look into this. I wonder if it's a problem because of the date format.
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Kostas Vergos 
4 months ago
Hi,
I am very new to the access programming. I tried the month over month procedure exactly as the video describes and i get wrong results as the following table:
Y          M     Expenses        Y2        M2     BeginDate      EndDate        Previous month Expenses Read More...
Kevin Robertson
4 months ago
Can you post the exact function you are using for PreviousMonthExpenses
Kostas Vergos
4 months ago
Sorry for the delay, the function is:

Previous month expens: Format(Nz(DSum("[Expenses]";"[MyTable]";"[ExpenseDate]>= #" & [BeginDate] & "# AND [ExpenseDate]<=#" & [EndDate] & "#");0);"Currency")
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Alex Hedley 
6 months ago
From the Glossary: MonthName

=MONTHNAME( month, abbreviate ) Read More...
Richard Rost
6 months ago
Nice. You just learned me somethin.
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