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Old January 7th, 2008, 07:32 AM
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Default date between clause

I use following query to preview the records.
but it only one date ask and display the records


SELECT WORK_LOCATION.*
FROM WORK_LOCATION
WHERE PROPOSED_STR_DATE between [] and [];

how can use / run query in access that it ask two date and
then display the records ?

when I use only one date ie.
where propose_Str_date=[] then it is ok

I want to display records by two date how ?

what will be query syntax ?

Thanks
Mateen


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Assuming the field is a date field, try this on the Criteria line:

Between [Enter a start date:] And [Enter and End Date:]

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yes, it work
Thanks you very much.

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