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Date Criteria in Access Query

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I need to set a date criteria in my query but not sure how to set it up. I need it to be between the current date and the same date last year so it captures a rolling year date range. Any ideas on how I would set this up as the criteria?
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Question by:Lawrence Salvucci
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Hi,

pls try

Between DateAdd("yyyy",-1,Date()) + 1 And Date())

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by:Lawrence Salvucci
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Perfect! Thank you very much!
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Dim strSQL as String
strSQL = _
    "SELECT * " & _
    "  FROM [MyTable] " & _
    " WHERE [MyTable].[MyDate] >= #12/31/2014# " & _
    "   AND [MyTable].[MyDate] <= #04/22/2015# "

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Dim dte1st as Date: dte1st = #12/31/2014#
Dim dte2nd as Date: dte2nd = #04/22/2015#
Dim strSQL as String
strSQL = _
    "SELECT * " & _
    "  FROM [MyTable] " & _
    " WHERE [MyTable].[MyDate] >= #" & dte1st & "# " & _
    "   AND [MyTable].[MyDate] <=  #" & dte2nd & "# "

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