Current Date in Excel Query

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Excel 2003
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I am using Excel 2003. I am trying to run a query that will used daily and the only thing that will change with the query is the current date. Is there a way to use a formula saved in the query that will automatically use the current date instead of having to manually input it everytime? Thank you!
ASKED: July 17, 2008  6:32 PM
UPDATED: July 17, 2008  7:45 PM

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Have you tried the @TODAY() function? I’ve always had success with this in the past.

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  • Jameb12
    I tried the @TODAY() function but it didn't work. I need the dates to show all that are greater than or equal to the current date.
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