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    Adding to Criteria

    I am trying to add in a form entry into the criteria of a field in a query. The addition will affect 6 queries at the same time.



    Something like Between Date() And Date()- & [Forms].[FrmSettings].[DayNum]

    This number will change at different dates for different amounts.

    Default Value = 6

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    Try

    Between Date() And Date()- [Forms].[FrmSettings].[DayNum]

    or

    Between Date() And DateAdd("d", -[Forms].[FrmSettings].[DayNum], Date())

    It looks like the second date will be earlier, in which case I'd reverse them. Between will often work with the lower number second, but I've seen it fail. I always put the lower value first.
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    Thanks Paul,
    I think I have it, but in a less elegant way:

    Code:
    Private Sub Exit_Complete_Click()
       DoCmd.RunCommand acCmdSaveRecord
           DoCmd.OpenQuery "QryDayNumTbl", acViewNormal, acEdit
                   DoCmd.OpenQuery "QryUpDayNum", acViewNormal, acEdit
    
       DoCmd.SetWarnings False
       DoCmd.DeleteObject acTable = acDefault, "TblDayNum"
       DoCmd.SetWarnings True
    
        DoCmd.Close ,""
        DoCmd.OpenForm"frmStart", acNormal, "", "", , acNormal
    End Sub
    2 Queries referenced:
    QryUpDaynum
    Code:
    UPDATE TblChangeRequest, TblDayNum SETTblChangeRequest.DayNum = [TblDayNum].[DayNum]
    WHERE (((TblChangeRequest.CRID)>1));

    And
    qryDayNumTbl
    Code:
    SELECT TblChangeRequest.DayNum INTO TblDayNum
    FROM TblChangeRequest
    WHERE (((TblChangeRequest.CRID)=1));
    Suggestions on a more eloquent way is accepted happily


    Grazi

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    Glad you got it working. I'm not following what you did (I'm blaming the half-bottle of wine) so I can't offer any improvements.
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