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I am currently using a where clause that is:

WHERE (((qryMemoswithDate.DateCalled) Between #1/1/2014# And #12/31/2014#))

I want to add the following to it... how would I combine so it is a "compound" where?

[RecordedMessage]=[qryWhosComputer]![Last])
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use an "AND" operator


WHERE (((qryMemoswithDate.DateCalled) Between #1/1/2014# And #12/31/2014#) AND [RecordedMessage]=[qryWhosComputer]![Last])
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