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What's wrong with this SQL for Date?

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My form has two text boxes, txtDateFrom and txtDateTo. A macro button with the caption Month is to automatically fill in txtDateFrom and txtDateTo with current month date. My code reads as:

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  1. Private Sub cmdmonth_Click() 
  3. 'Sets the Date From and Date To text boxes 
  4. 'to show complete month (from start to end of current month) 
  6.     Me!txtdatefrom = DateAdd("m", (today * -1), Date) 
  7.     Me!txtDateTo = DateAdd("d", -1, DateAdd("m", 1, Me!txtdatefrom)) 
  9. End Sub 
what I want is this: 5/1/2009 -5/31/2009 but what I get is 5/15/2009 - 6/14/2009How can I modify this code to get This month instead of a month from today?

May 15 '09 #1
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I posted in the other Thread.

Is this a double post? If it is do you mind if I remove this one? If this isnt a duplicate please let me know so I can adjust the title as needed.
May 15 '09 #2

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Seem to be a double post..... again I think format function might help ;)

May 15 '09 #3

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P: 1,356
ok I am going to lock this one for now M if you don't feel this is a double post please P.M. me or another moderator with your reasoning if you would like this one unlocked.
May 15 '09 #4

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