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First Day of Quarter
By Richard Rost     4 months ago

Find the First Day of the Quarter in Microsoft Access

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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I will show you how to calculate the first day of the quarter for any given date. We'll also learn how to calculate the last day of that quarter, the first and last days of the previous quarter, and the following quarter.

Usage

• D = Date() or any date you choose
• FDoQ: DateSerial(Year([D]),Int((Month([D])-1)/3)*3+1,1)
• LDoPrevQ: FDoQ-1

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