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Show triangles and circles in Access queries using Unicode characters. Graphically indicate if values have increased, decreased, or stayed the same. The data is MSFT closing price from Nasdaq's historical stock prices
How can you compare a value with the previous value in another record and calculate the difference in a query? And then show triangles and circles indicating up, down, or same ... and stagger them for greater grasp?
This lesson also covers how to handle non-American date formats.
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this video shows another example of using Unicode in a query:
Show Bar Graphs in Access Query using Unicode characters
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