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Wsh2...with the code you gave me...I need to query the date and service.
Below is the code I have
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rsGet.Source _
   = "SELECT DeliveryNumber, Weight, ZipCode, TrackingNumber, Zone " _
   & "FROM Packages Where Service like 'Call*' Date = " & "#" & nDate & "#"
rsGet.Open
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when I only search for the date..it works...but when I search for multiple it doesn't work...HELPPP

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rsGet.Source _
   = "SELECT DeliveryNumber, Weight, ZipCode, TrackingNumber, Zone " _
   & "FROM Packages Where Service like 'Call*' AND Date = #" & nDate & "#"
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by:gabester
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Thanks emoreau...
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