troubleshooting Question

Limit report detail to date range

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(Yes, the naming conventions on the tables and everything suck... I haven't worked in Access in, like, 15 years so this is my test database to get used to the updated UI, etc.  I'll redo it once I get proof of concept worked out)

I have a simple database with two tables:
1- Project List
2- Comments

Every project may have multiple comments.  Foreign-key between [Project List].ID and Comments.[Project ID]

Relevant field names are:
Project List.ID
Comments.Project ID
Comments.Comment Date

My current report lists all projects (for a given Resource) and all comments.  I want my report to show all projects (for a given Resource), but only comments that are less than 2 weeks old (some projects will not have any comments in the relevant time frame).

Here is the current SQL View:
FROM [Project List] INNER JOIN Comments ON [Project List].ID = Comments.[Project ID]
WHERE [Project List].Resource=[ResourceFilter];

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