Field prompts for SQL loaded into Excel

sricc

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I created a SQL query with MS SSMS and loaded it in Excel. The query works great except that I have to change two conditions in the WHERE statement: DED_CODE that could be one of five different four-char entries and a date field (CHECK_DATE) that will be different each time I run it. I want to set parameters that will prompt for the values. Alternatively, I would like to have the query accept the values of two entry cells in the workbook. I am also a moderate vba user. I am having difficulty finding help on the web, likely because I am asking the wrong questions. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Using Office 365.

SELECT
a.PROCESS_LEVEL AS PL,
b.NAME AS PROPERTY,
a.EMPLOYEE,
a.LAST_NAME + ', ' + a.FIRST_NAME + ' ' + a.MIDDLE_INIT AS 'FULL NAME',
a.FICA_NBR AS SSAN,
a.UNION_CODE,
e.DESCRIPTION AS STATUS,
c.CHECK_DATE,
c.DED_CODE,
c.DED_AMT
FROM
STG_LawsonHR.LAW10DB.DBHREMP a
INNER JOIN
STG_LawsonHR.LAW10DB.DBHRPRS b
ON
a.PROCESS_LEVEL = b.PROCESS_LEVEL
INNER JOIN
STG_LawsonHR.LAW10DB.DBPRPYD c
ON
a.EMPLOYEE = c.EMPLOYEE
AND a.PROCESS_LEVEL = c.PROCESS_LEVEL
AND a.COMPANY = c.COMPANY
INNER JOIN
STG_LawsonHR.LAW10DB.DBPREDM d
ON
a.COMPANY = d.COMPANY
AND a.EMPLOYEE = d.EMPLOYEE
AND c.DED_CODE = d.DED_CODE
INNER JOIN
STG_LawsonHR.LAW10DB.DBHREMS e
ON
a.COMPANY = e.COMPANY
AND a.EMP_STATUS = e.EMP_STATUS
WHERE
--a.PROCESS_LEVEL IN ('002', '015')
c.DED_CODE = 'UDBT'
AND c.DED_AMT > 1
AND c.CHECK_DATE = '2022-03-10'
AND d.END_DATE = '0001-01-01'
ORDER BY
a.PROCESS_LEVEL,
a.LAST_NAME,
a.FIRST_NAME
 

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