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Default start date and an end date

Hello everyone.

I’m looking for some help being able to let the end user enter there own dates. I currently have it set up in a query like this “[Please enter date]”. I would like to let them be able to enter a start date and an end date. Can anyone help me with this one?

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Passing a parameter to an Access query

in the Access VBA forum. At lease two methods of passing parameters to a query are described.




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