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I am using  a WHERE clause that properly pulls up the current day in a query. I would like a seperate query to pull up the current weeks data. How can I change this code to be the current week?

WHERE (((DateValue(Nz([qryStatsforDailySalesReport].[DateField],#1/1/1950#)))=DateValue(Now())))
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See if this works for you:
WHERE Format(Nz([qryStatsforDailySalesReport].[DateField],#1/1/1950#),"wwyy") = Format(Now(),"wwyy")

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