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And/or clause in querry

Posted on 2014-03-22
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I am using the below "WHERE" clause. I would the querry to show any result where either one is "Yes", they both don't have be "Yes"... if one or the other is "Yes" then I would like it so show the query. Any idea how I write that?

WHERE (((Bookings.CheckPay)=Yes) AND ((Bookings.ChargeWeekBefore)=Yes))
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Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE) earned 500 total points
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If these are true yes/no fields, you want to use true and false, so it would be:

WHERE Bookings.CheckPay = True OR Bookings.ChargeWeekBefore = True

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