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I have created a form for inventory, in InfoPath 2003 as the front end and Access 2003 as the back end, and I would like to query what inventory has been taken between a certain date range.  Is this possible and if so.., how?

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Do you mean query in Access or in InfoPath ?

IN ACcess the data will be in a table ; there will be a date field storing your date info, and a wquery like this will do what you want:

SELECT * FROM myTable WHERE myDateField BETWEEN #startdate# and #enddate#

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Aflockhart,

Thanks for the reply.  InfoPath will be querying the information from access.  I hope this extra bit helps.

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Mabey this would be some type of vbs or js script.  Any more takers?
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