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Access 2003 Start Date End Date query

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I have a query in Access 2003 and it has a column called ENTRY DATE.  When my user runs the query I want it to prompt him for a BEGIN DATE and then an END DATE.  How can I do this?  Thanks!!!
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create a query like this

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Thanks Experts!!! Both are great answers!!!
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