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When users require different views of the same data, there’s
no need to waste time creating more than one query. For example, let’s say the
benefits department needs to query the organization’s employee database for
retirement eligibility one day, and the next day it needs to query for vacation
Since the value in the Hire_Date
field determines eligibility, you can create one parameter query and let users
enter their own date criteria.
Follow these steps:
a select query that includes all the fields of the Employee table.
the query grid, enter the following in the Criteria field for the Hire_Date field:
Between [Enter the beginning date] And [Enter the ending date]
When you run the query, Access prompts the user to enter the
appropriate date range.