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Abdulhadi Qasem     
2 years ago
hi
just to recap, you used the query parameter for this kind of query because the the data type include both date and time.

if it was only date type, you don't need it as you will specify only one parameter [Enter the date].
Scott Axton            
2 years ago
please rephrase your question.  I'm afraid I don't follow what you are asking.
Richard Rost             
2 years ago
In Access a single field holds a date and time together. To which lesson are you referring? Time index?
Abdulhadi Qasem     
2 years ago
sure, sorry for misunderstanding

if the data type date/time was used to store only date information for example short date. so no timing information stored at all.
so no need for date+1 or date-1 to include the whole date as there is timing issues.

in this case, because no timing issues, we don't need to declare the parameter. we simply can enter just one parameter [enter the date]. and that's it.

but if there is time information stored and we need to write the same parameter [enter the date] two times, so here we need to declare the parameter.

in brief my issue is the time. i hope it is clear. if not, no worries i am sure more classes coming will clear many ideas.
Richard Rost             
2 years ago
You are correct. If you're dealing with, say, OrderDate, and the user isn't entering in a time component, then you don't need a range. This video might help you: Between

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