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Form to Run a Query

Form to Run a Query

I am very confident with tables and queries but just now experimenting with Forms and Reports. I have Access 2003 at work.

I am trying to make a form that runs a query. I am able to make a combo boxes that I can enter a single value and it produces the desired result. I need to make a combo box that would allow me to enter a date range or >=#1/1/2012#.

Is this possible?


RE: Form to Run a Query

I'm not sure why you would use a combo box for a date entry. You would typically use a calendar. I guess I have used a combo box for selecting special financial beginning of month type dates.

You can reference these controls in queries just like text boxes. Your criteria might be something like:



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