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Access Expression - between two dates

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Will my expression at the bottom work?  
I am concerned that I need some date operator or function before each of the two dates.
Thank you.

Tom


[ Customer]![Type]="MassDiscount" And [Transaction Table]![Date] Between "10/01/2008" And "09/30/2011"
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Boyd (HiTechCoach) Trimmell, Microsoft Access MVP earned 300 total points
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You should use the date delimiter of # like this:

[ Customer]![Type]="MassDiscount" And [Transaction Table]![Date] Between #10/01/2008# And $09/30/2011#

Assuming that  [Transaction Table]![Date]  is a date/time data type
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yes you need the "#" as wrapper

[Customer]![Type]="MassDiscount" And [Transaction Table]![Date] Between #10/01/2008# And #09/30/2011#
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Both answers excellent.  Thank you.
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