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Select Records from CurrentDate and yesterday

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I have a report. I want to display records from today and yesterday based on a DateTime field called Task. TimeCompleted. How do I do this? I cant seem to do it using CurrentDate

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by:peter57r
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I don't see whay you shouldn't use currentdate.

All it sounds like you need is:

{Task. TimeCompleted}>=currentdate-1
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(In your record selection formula)
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by:sebastiz
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Doh. Thanks
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