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Hi all.

I get an error when my Access form gets to the following code. I know I have the date parameters portion wrong but I don't know how to get it to work. Any ideas?

Thank you in advance!

Set rsExcel = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("SELECT [Division]+'-'+[CustomerNumber] AS Customer, InvHistoryHeader.InvoiceNumber, InvHistoryHeader.InvoiceDate,Invoice.TrackingID" & _
" FROM InvHistoryHeader INNER JOIN InvoiceTracking ON InvHistoryHeader.InvoiceNumber = InvoiceTracking.InvoiceNumber WHERE ((([Division]+'-'+[CustomerNumber])='" & Me.txtMASID & "') AND ((InvHistoryHeader.InvoiceDate)>= #" & Me.txtDate1 &"#  And " (InvHistoryHeader.InvoiceDate)<= #" & Me.txtDate2 &" # )) ORDER BY InvHistoryHeader.InvoiceDate")

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Try this:

Dim strSQL as string
strSQL = "SELECT [Division]+'-'+[CustomerNumber] AS Customer, InvHistoryHeader.InvoiceNumber, InvHistoryHeader.InvoiceDate,Invoice.TrackingID " _
    & " FROM InvHistoryHeader INNER JOIN InvoiceTracking ON InvHistoryHeader.InvoiceNumber = InvoiceTracking.InvoiceNumber " _
    & " WHERE [Division]+'-'+[CustomerNumber] ='" & Me.txtMASID & "' " _
    & " AND InvHistoryHeader.InvoiceDate)>= #" & Me.txtDate1 & "#  And " _
    & " InvHistoryHeader.InvoiceDate <= #" & Me.txtDate2 & "#  ORDER BY InvHistoryHeader.InvoiceDate"
    


Set rsExcel = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(strSQL)

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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

Solved it myself.
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