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How do I change this query to give me animals adopted whose age is 4 months or less.  currently is only list those less than 4 months old


SELECT Count(SoftSlips.SoftSlip) AS CountOfSoftSlip
FROM Species INNER JOIN (SoftSlips INNER JOIN Adoptions ON SoftSlips.SoftSlip = Adoptions.SoftSlip) ON Species.SpeciesID = SoftSlips.SpeciesID
WHERE (((Species.Species)="dog") AND ((Adoptions.AdoptionDate) Between [forms]![frmSwitchboard]![txtStartDate] And [forms]![frmSwitchboard]![txtEndDate]) AND ((DateDiff("m",[DOB],[AdoptionDate]))<4) AND ((SoftSlips.Location)="long beach"));
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change <4 to <=4
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