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variance in access filter

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I am in vba and I am trying to get access to filter 5 either side of the cc so if subform value is 2400 the filter will allow 2395 to 2405

I thought this would do it

Me.QryNonSMMTData_subform.Form.Filter = "CC= >=Me.CC.Value - 5 and <= Me.CC.Value + 5"
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by:Rgonzo1971
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Hi,

pls try

Me.QryNonSMMTData_subform.Form.Filter = "CC >=Me.CC.Value - 5 and CC <=Me.CC.Value + 5" 

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Dale Fye (Access MVP) earned 500 total points
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is the reference to Me.CC.Value an unbound control on the form or is it the value of the [CC] field in the currently selected record?

You might try:

me.qryNonSMMTData_subform.Form.Filter = "([CC] >= " & (me.CC - 5) & ") AND ([CC] <= " & (me.CC + 5) & ")"
me.qryNonSMMTData_subform.Form.FilterOn = true
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by:PeterBaileyUk
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thank you
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