Excel Param query

I have a query that I was given to work with see SQL below. In it has "Between Param("InvTotalsTransStartDate") And Param("InvTotalsTransEndDate")"


INSERT INTO tblRepInvoiceTotalsMonthly ( CompanyName, Mth, TotalCommission, CustomerId )
SELECT tblCustomer.CompanyName, DateSerial(Year([TransactionDate]),Month([TransactionDate]),1) AS Mth, Sum(qryDealsBoth.CommissionAmount) AS TotalCommission, qryDealsBoth.CustomerId
FROM tblCustomer INNER JOIN qryDealsBoth ON tblCustomer.CustomerId = qryDealsBoth.CustomerId
WHERE (((tblCustomer.ClearingHouse)=0) AND ((qryDealsBoth.TransactionDate) Between Param("InvTotalsTransStartDate") And Param("InvTotalsTransEndDate")) AND ((qryDealsBoth.Void)=0) AND ((tblCustomer.BillingType)="Front End") AND ((qryDealsBoth.PFLCompanyUsed)=IIf(Param("InvoicingTotalsPFLCompany")="<<All>>",[PFLCompanyUsed],Param("InvoicingTotalsPFLCompany"))))
GROUP BY tblCustomer.CompanyName, DateSerial(Year([TransactionDate]),Month([TransactionDate]),1), qryDealsBoth.CustomerId;

When I try and load these parameters I get an error Item not found 3265. See code below.
    Set myAppqd = mydb.QueryDefs("qryRepCommissionByBrokerInvFE")
    myAppqd("InvTotalsTransStartDate") = Me.TransactionStartDate
    myAppqd("InvTotalsTransEndDate") = Me.TransactionEndDate

Does anyone know what I am missing here?
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I don't see your code setting the Param("InvoicingTotalsPFLCompany") value.
IdaracAuthor Commented:
Param("InvTotalsTransEndDate") hidden the code above. Anyway I figured it out Thanx
What was the cause of the error?  Please post that and then accept your comment as the solution to the problem.
IdaracAuthor Commented:
Silly but param was actually a function being called from a module.

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IdaracAuthor Commented:
I found the answer myself
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