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Greater Than Current Month

Posted on 2016-10-10
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I have a field:  [ValueDate] in mm/dd/yy
What would be the query criteria to exclude records that are in the same month of current date and only show records that are > the month of the current month?
ie:
Current Month = October

ValueDate = 10/20/16
ValueDate = 10/1/16
dont show these records because the current month is October.  

ValueDate = 11/1/16
==>show this record and any other records that are >current month "mmmm"

Not sure exactly how to say it in words.  Please ask if have questions.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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Field:  Format([ValueDate], "yyyy mm")
Table Name


criteria  >Format(Date(),"yyyy mm")
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by:pdvsa
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I almost had it.  
I didnt use yyyy mm...

thank you
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