Adding Between to stLinkCriteria

hello,

I just can't seem to get the syntex right for adding "Between" to link criteria when opening my report:

stLinkCriteria1 = "[ActualDate]=#" & Me![DateChecked] & "# And [EntryPoint]='" & Me![EntryPoint] & "' And [Background]='" & Me![Form1] & "'"

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I want to add:

Between EntryPoint AND EntryPoint1  (a date range)
Ernest GroggSecurity Management InfoSecAsked:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
try

stLinkCriteria1 = "[ActualDate]=#" & Me![DateChecked] & "# And [EntryPoint] >=#" & Me![EntryPoint] & "# And [EntryPoint] <=#" & Me![EntryPoint1] & "# And [Background]='" & Me![Form1] & "'"
PatHartmanCommented:
stLinkCriteria1 = "ActualDate = #" & Me.DateChecked & "# And EntryPoint Between #" & Me.EntryPoint & "# AND #" & Me.EntryPoint1 & "# And [Background] = '" & Me.Form1 & "'"

You were using ' instead of # around EntryPoint.  Dates require the #.  I also removed the noise square brackets.  They aren't necessary unless your controls contain non-standard characters.  I left them around Background since that could be a reserved word.
Ernest GroggSecurity Management InfoSecAuthor Commented:
sorry, I changed this a bit....so still a syntex error...I used a field that wasn't a Date field by accident...

        stLinkCriteria = "[ActualDate]=#" & Me![DateChecked] & "# And [DateChecked] >=#" & Me![DateChecked] & "# And [DateChecked] <=#" & Me![DateChecked1] & "# And [EntryPoint]='" & Me![EntryPoint] & " And [Background]='" & Me![Form1] & "'"

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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
if entrypoint is NUMBER

 stLinkCriteria = "[ActualDate]=#" & Me![DateChecked] & "# And [DateChecked] >=#" & Me![DateChecked] & "# And [DateChecked] <=#" & Me![DateChecked1] & "# And [EntryPoint]=" & Me![EntryPoint] & " And [Background]='" & Me![Form1] & "'"
                                         
if entrypoint is TEXT

 stLinkCriteria = "[ActualDate]=#" & Me![DateChecked] & "# And [DateChecked] >=#" & Me![DateChecked] & "# And [DateChecked] <=#" & Me![DateChecked1] & "# And [EntryPoint]='" & Me![EntryPoint] & "' And [Background]='" & Me![Form1] & "'"

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PatHartmanCommented:
You are missing an ending ' in this part of the expression.

& Me![EntryPoint] & " And [Background]='"

should be

& Me![EntryPoint] & "' And [Background]='"

If you print stCriteria to the Immediate window after you populate it, it will be much easier for you to see where the error is.
Ernest GroggSecurity Management InfoSecAuthor Commented:
Gotcha Pat!  Thanks Rey!

Works fantastically!
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