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Need help filtering dates in Access Query to return all records with date greater than or equal to the past two months.

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I want to be able to pull in all records where the date is greater than or equal to the past two months. So, if I ran this query right now I would get all records with a date greater than or equal to 9/1/2016.

I get particularly hung up when trying to figure out how to make this work when crossing the new year. If the report is run on 1/10/2017 I need it to also pull in all records where the date is greater than or equal to 12/1/2016.

Thanks for the help!
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That will be:

Where YourDateField Between DateSerial(Year(Date()), Month(Date()) - 1, 1) And Date()

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EXCELLENT! Thanks so much!
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You are welcome!

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