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Query Where Date Is Not Equal To Certain Value

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Access 2003

I am trying to make my query exclude all records where the Request Delivery Date is not blank AND is not 03/31/2008. The SQL reads as follows:

WHERE ((([Job Log].[Graphic Designer Name]) Is Not Null) AND (([Job Log].RequestedDelivery) Is Not Null) AND (([Job Log].[Date Closed]) Is Null))
ORDER BY [Job Log].RequestedDelivery;

I can get it to run until I try to exclude the March 31, 2008 records. Any hints or tips for this beginner?

Thanks, Marjo
May 7 '07 #1
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When using a date you have to tell it that it's a date by using # signs.
i.e. #1/1/2003#, #8/29/2008# and so on.
May 7 '07 #2

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