Excel VBA query with Date as field

Nicole1023

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Hi,

I have a vba query that i would like to create a column for date. May I ask any idea on how to do this in my query. thanks.

below is my query: i wanted to include the todaydate as field column.

Code:
    TodayDate = Format(Date, "dd-mmm")
    
    sqlstr = "SELECT e.DAX_ITEMTYPE, e.DAX_WHSE, e.DAX_LOCATION "
    sqlstr = sqlstr & "FROM [1.reference$] e "
    sqlstr = sqlstr & "WHERE isnull(e.Location) "
    sqlstr = sqlstr & "GROUP BY e.DAX_ITEMTYPE, e.DAX_WHSE, e.DAX_LOCATION"
 

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