I have a Ms Access Memo field, which I paste the contents of a word document into. When I paste it, the speech marks are represented by a line instead.
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I'm pulling text out of a LIMS Database via ODBC and the bit I want is surrounded by strange characters which I'd like to remove (example attached).
Any ideas how to do it in VBA or what the character code is
What's the VBA code to return the number of characters between specific characters? For example, I need to find the number of characters between two hyphens - "-xxxxxx
Trying to screen and find duplicate companies in a data base of over 18K records. Can't use specific characters (ex. all starting with ABC).can I ask to match 3 or 4 duplicate characters of records without specifying the characters themselves? Can these be a number of characters in the beginning, end, or in the middle of the word(s)? Can I ask to ignore characters in name sucha s - or / or space between multiple word names?
I want to import a txt.file in Access. If I do it manually, everything is OK. But if I want to do it by VBA : DoCmd.TransferText acImportDelim, "ImportSpecificationBasicFile", "BasicFile", GetImportFile(), True
where BasicFile the name is of the file where to import
GetImportFile() the name is of the file to import
then I receive at some places in the table strange characters :for exemple : Pav d'Ath / Rue Flix Bovie / Rosires
It seems that there is a problem with the special french characters : ,
Could it be a prbl with the codepage? and so how can I resolve it and include in this VBA sentence
You should be aware that, when in Microsoft Access, that a text field will hold a maximum of 255 characters. If you require more characters then you should be using the memo type data field.
There may be the time where you want to restrict your users to using only a certain amount of characters when using a text field. You can set the field size when designing the table and limit the amount of characters allowed, however it would be nice to inform the user of how many characters they have used when they are entering data.
I have a field with 12 characters. I only want to show the last 4 characters in the field. How can I hide the first 8 characters? Everette A little more information, what I have is a 12 digit order number which is stored as a text file. I need the last 4 characters in another field. I don't want to delete it from the order number field, but just want to show the last 4 characters in another field. Currently I have to manually do this process, it would be very nice to have it done automatically
Is it better to store in Access (or any other database) ISO Latin-1 characters, such as those with a grave or acute accent, with the characters themselves, or with the HTML code that is used to display those characters correctly on a web page (when the database is used with something like ColdFusion)? Are there advantages to one way over the other? Disadvantages? Please, spell it out
I am trying to create a unique Employee ID, but I am having a few issues.
The ID must contain 7 characters in the following Format.
* Characters 1-3 = "LTS"
* Characters 4-5 = Starts at "AA", then when 6-7 reaches 99 changes to "AB" and so on.
* Characters 6-7 = Starts at "00" or "10" (Doesn't matter), and rolls through to "99" before reseting to it's start point, as well as change characters 4-5 to the next in the sequence.
We already use this method but on paper and a looking to move to an electronic system,
I was hoping someone could assist with the following expression in access that combines the Left function and Len function:
I have column called ID, which has about 700,000 records and each ID can be anywhere from 7 to 10 characters; however, I all IDs to have only 7 characters and this means removing characters that are greater than 7. For example, smith09 is fine, but smith09990 would need to reduced to smith09. Basically, I need an expression that will check every ID and, if ID 7 characters, use the left function to cut it to 7 characters.
There are over 700,000 records in this table:
The records in my table field contains [first name], [last name] together and I can't remember how to separate them without defining the number of characters. What I would is to read any alpha characters before the comma (for first name) and alpha characters after the comma (for last name).