troubleshooting Question

Using "Not Null" in Parameters with QueryDefs in VBA

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Microsoft AccessVisual Basic Classic
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I'm trying to return all values with a parameter in VBA but it is not taking "Is not Null" or "*".  


Dim qry As QueryDef
Set qry = db.QueryDefs("qryEmail")

qry.Parameters![StartDate] = Form_frmCensusTracking.StartDate
qry.Parameters![EndDate] = Form_frmCensusTracking.EndDate

If gstrRegion <> "" Then
    qry.Parameters![gstrRegion] = gstrRegion
    qry.Parameters![gstrRegion] = "is not null"   '"Like " & Chr(34) & "*" & Chr(34)
End If
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