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Old April 23rd, 2004, 05:29 AM
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LOL, glad you got it working now.
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Here is a replacement piece of code that is a little cleaner & should fix some of the problems.

This code is updated with the assumption that the [Revised Completion Date] field was built in the table to the Date/Time format (not text).

Another suggestion would be to include the tablename or alias on every field being queried (even if just for a comparison).

Private Sub CreateReportSet(RptId As Long)
On Error goto Err_CreateReportSet
    Dim myDb As Database
    Dim strSQL As String
    Dim strClosed As String

    If NOT RptId = 0 Then
        Set myDb = CurrentDb

        strClosed = """Closed"""
        strSQL = "INSERT INTO [WeeklyRpt] ([ReportId], [ProjectId], [PM]) " & _
                  "SELECT " & Cstr(RptId) & " , [Prj].[ProjectId], [Prj].[PM] " & _
                  "FROM [Projects] AS Prj" & _
                  "WHERE IsNull([Last Report]) " & _
                  "OR [Last Report] <> " & strClosed & " " & _
                  "OR ([Last Report] = " & strClosed & " AND DateDiff("y",[Revised Completion Date], #12/31/2003#) > 0);"
        myDb.Execute strSQL
        Set myDb = Nothing
    End If
    set myDb = Nothing
    exit sub
    msgbox "Put your CreateReportSet error message here!"
    resume Exit_CreateReportSet:

End Sub

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