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    whollycow is offline Novice
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    Error - 3464: Data type mismatch in criteria expression?

    Hi. I have a table. In the table, a field has dates. I make a query with that field. I set up a filter macro that returns results where dates are between Date1 and Date2. My dates are mm/dd/yyyy. In my query, I use CVDate function as an expression for the date field. The reason why is because if I don't do that, the data exported to my excel spreadsheet would not be formatted as date. I have another macro that exports the query to excel. When I run my macro to filter, it gives me error:

    Error - 3464: Data type mismatch in criteria expression



    Note that if I do not use the CVDate function in my query expression, I don't get this error but what gets returned is blank!


    Code:
    Public Sub cmdSearch_Click()
    
    On Error GoTo errHandler
     If IsNull (Me.txtDate1) = False Then
       strFilter = strFilter & "[Date] >=#" & Me.txtDate1 & "# AND [Date] <=#" & Me.txtDate2 & "# AND"
     End If
    End If
    If Right(strFilter, 5) = " AND " Then strFilter = Left(strFilter, Len(strFilter) - 5)
        If strFilter <> "" Then
            Me.sfmFindings.Form.Filter = strFilter
            Me.sfmFindings.Form.FilterOn = True
        Else
            Me.sfmFindings.Form.Filter = ""
            Me.sfmFindings.Form.FilterOn = False
        End If
       
    errExit:
    Exit Sub
    errHandler:
    If Err.Number = 3075 Then
        MsgBox "Please press Reset button before doing a new Search"
        Resume errExit
    Else
        MsgBox "Error - " & Err.Number & ": " & Err.Description, vbCritical, "Fatal Error"
        Resume errExit
    End If
       
    End Sub

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    pbaldy is online now Who is John Galt?
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    If the field is text as implied by your other thread, you want ' as the delimiter instead of #.
    Paul (wino moderator)
    MS Access MVP 2007-2019
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