Access query show all dates (not in data) between start date and end date

Is there a way to show all the dates in between a start date and end (dates that are not in the data)? I would like this to be in a query.

What I am attempting is to show how many projects are being worked on per day, per person.

Here is a small example.  The following person has 3 projects ranging from 10/10 - 10/27/08.
So, on 10/10, 10/11 and 10/12  there should be a count of 1; for 10/13, 10/14 and 10/15 there should be a count of 3;
for 10/16, 10/17 a count of 2;
for each date from 10/18 to 10/27 a count of 1.

Name          Start Date         End Date
Person1      10/13/0208       10/17/2008
Person1      10/13/2008       10/27/2008
Person1      10/10/2008       10/15/2008

Thanks for any help!!

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Bradley HaynesCommented:
In your queries you will have a Count keyword in the Select and a range in a where statement.
i.e. where Start Date = 10/13 and End Date = 10/15.
mlaurinAuthor Commented:
Sorry, I have no idea what you mean.  Could you outline exactly how the query would be set up?
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
"All" days, or "All" Weekdays?
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mlaurinAuthor Commented:
Yikes!  Good question - how about all work days.
mlaurinAuthor Commented:
It does not actually have to be work days, I could filter them out later.  
Main thing is to find out if it is possible to "add in" the dates between a date range.
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
What do you mean by "Add In dates"

I thought the question was how to get all the days in a date range?

mlaurinAuthor Commented:
show all the dates in between a start date and end (dates that are not in the data).  If you see my initial question, I thought it was clear in my initial question but maybe not.  
However I  resolved it by adding a "calendar table".  So, I can close this question unless anyone knows how to do this without having to have a table with dates.

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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:

You don't need a calendar of dates, you just need to loop through all the dates in the range.

But if you have a method that works, then by all means, use it.

mlaurinAuthor Commented:
I would like to know how to loop through all the dates in the range.  It would be way better than having to worry about keeping up with a date calendar table.  If you can step me though it, I would be glad to change my method.
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:

Nope, my way would be way more complicated, involving VBA Loops and temporariy tables.
Not to mention the logic to only count weekdays.

It is best if you stuck with your method

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