Why query not finding all records with a date criteria

In query designer I have a date field.  If I enter, for example, 5/22/2015, I only get one record.  But the table has three records with that date in the date field.

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SteveL13Asked:
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
The field may also include the time.
So filtering for 5/22/2015 may require you to strip out the time component.
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
Either that or you need to include the time.

See this simple sample
Database54.mdb
SteveL13Author Commented:
There is the date only in the table (short date format).
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Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE)President / OwnerCommented:
Format may be short, but it still may have a time int he data.  You just don't see it.

In your query, do:

Fix([NameofDateTimeField])

and now see if it works.

Jim.
Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
Steve,

Change the "Format" property of the table to display the Long date and view the contents.  

You are probably using the Now() function (either as the default value of the field or the control in a form) to fill in that field, in which case, the actual data contains date and time values (as Jeff mentioned).  But with the format set at short date, all you see is the date component.

To do a date comparison, you could use:

WHERE DateValue([DateField]) = Forms!yourFormName.YourControlName

or

WHERE [DateField] >= cdate(Forms!yourFormName.YourControlName)
AND [DateField] < cdate(Forms!yourFormName.yourControlName) + 1
SteveL13Author Commented:
This is crazy.  I've tried Jim's and Dale's suggestions.  Still only get one record.  I'm going to strip this thing down and attach a condensed version.  Soon.
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
Then post a sample database so we can analyze
Nick67Commented:
For fun, instead of 5/22/2015 as a criteria, give it
Between #5/22/2015# and #5/22/2015 11:59:59 PM# and see what you get.
If it's a time/Now() issue you'll see that right off

For more fun, forget the criteria and coerce the Date to a Double in the query
CDbl([TheDateFieldWhateverItIs])
Are all the decimal places the same for the three records that should be in your query?

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