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Date Subtraction in Access2007 Query, then show >30 and <60 days

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I work in a law firm and trying to develop a MS 2007 Access query that will help us determine how long a case has been opened.  The main table has a column called "Date Opened".  Part One: In my query, I have selected "Date Opened" and then wrote the Expression of "Expr1: DateDiff("d",[Date Opened],[Now]).  When I run the query, I have to manually enter today's date, the 'Now'.  Doesn't Access already know today's date and can it run without asking me?    Part Two:  How can I get the query to only return case open dates of greater than 30 but less than 60 (but not equal to) days?   Thank you.
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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try this


DateDiff("d",[Date Opened],Now())

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DateDiff("d",[Date Opened],Date())
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Field      DateDiff("d",[Date Opened],Date())



criteria Between 30 and 60



or this one

Field      DateDiff("d",[Date Opened],Date())



criteria Between 31 and 59
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by:James0903
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Capricorn1, thank you.  Is there a way to run query without manually inputting a date?  Thank you.
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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seen my post?  what date are you referring to?
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by:James0903
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Yes, saw the post.  Please excuse, I was unclear.  Each time I run the query I need to input today's date, correct?  There isn't a way to just click on the query and press 'Run' without inputting a date?  Thank you.
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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you don't need to enter the date, if you use the format i posted above.
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