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Use a Variable "Criteria " in an Access 2003 db Query

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I need to use DLookUp to determing the value for a Query " Ctiteria".  I don't have the slightest idea how to do this.
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by:peter57r
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You will have to be more specific about your requirements.
There is no problem in principle about using a dlookup in a criteria cell, although it is fairly unusual thing to do.

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by:SuperSnooper
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Peter,

I have a query with a variable criteria as the liniter for the results.  I want to use the value from a DLookup field to as the value for the criteria.  Do just put the DLookUp statement in the "Criteria" fo the query fields?
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Yes.
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IT Works!
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