Keep us posted. By the way, did you check your RecordSource query to see if it might be formatted there?
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Of course, and that is funny. I can view it in datasheet view and it is the same – date only – no time. I was in a meeting so am ready to try my experiment.
Have you tried widening the control to see if the time is just hidden?
Hi Bill, It just shows the date. I checked the table and there wasn't a format on it. I don't like to set things at that level – rather at the form level for flexibility. I'm going to try a couple of things. 1. Add the fields to the form again, and 2. If that doesn't work, I'll try new fields.
Access doesn't show a time if it's midnight (00:00 the default for any given date).
- Are you saying that times other than midnight are not showing?
- Does the field in the table have a format on it?
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Pros, I recently changed a form format from short time to general date and it is not showing me the time.
What am I doing wrong? What simple thing have I possibly missed?
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