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hello, I want my query to only list records where the field [CO].[ORDER_DATE] is not equal to the field [ PR].[DATE] plus 1-7 DAYS

please add it to my attached SQL, for me to copy/paste

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SELECT COL.CUST_ORDER_ID AS [ordr ID], CO.ORDER_DATE AS [ordr date], CO.ORDER_DATE, PR.DATE
FROM Promoted AS PR RIGHT JOIN (SYSADM_CUSTOMER_ORDER AS CO INNER JOIN SYSADM_CUST_ORDER_LINE AS COL ON CO.ID = COL.CUST_ORDER_ID) ON PR.[PART #] = COL.PART_ID
ORDER BY COL.CUST_ORDER_ID;

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SELECT COL.CUST_ORDER_ID AS [ordr ID], CO.ORDER_DATE AS [ordr date], CO.ORDER_DATE, PR.DATE
FROM Promoted AS PR RIGHT JOIN (SYSADM_CUSTOMER_ORDER AS CO INNER JOIN SYSADM_CUST_ORDER_LINE AS COL ON CO.ID = COL.CUST_ORDER_ID) ON PR.[PART #] = COL.PART_ID
where ([co].[order_date] <= dateadd("d", 1, [pr].[date]) or [co].[date] > dateadd("d",7,[pr].[date]))
ORDER BY COL.CUST_ORDER_ID;
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