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CR 2011- Create a formula to show data from the previous 2 weeks

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Hello
We are using CR 2011 -

I have a date field in a report called Action Due Date.
When the report is ran I would like to see only information pertaining to the last 2 weeks of the Action Due Date.
For example, say the report will be run on Friday, May 24. After it is refreshed, I only need data on the report from May 10-May24.

Any ideas? Thanks for taking the time.
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Try this

{ActionDueDate} IN [(CurrentDate - 14) to (CurrentDate)]

ANother way

{ActionDueDate}  >= CurrentDate - 14  AND {ActionDueDate} <= CurrentDate

mlmcc
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You always come through for me, mlmcc.
Thanks, you're a rock star.
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