You can do this by editing the SQL by hand in the pathetic Assess SQL editor. Once you do this, the QBE grid becomes useless and/or destructive to your query.
As a more generalized solution, this should be added to the QBE grid as, say, a click box on the relation line that allows a non equi-join to be defined/indicated for that relationship. QBE should also get the ability to define/edit a subquery.
You can do this from the Edit toolbar in the VBA IDE.
Not sure if this is a bug report, or something very specific for your database.
Please share more information so we can understand the issue.
The Access Team
Try editing a chart control on a scaled high DPI screen. See thread https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/msoffice_access-mso_winother-mso_2016/has-anybody-at-microsoft-ever-edited-an-access/2f92f12e-38d3-4a2e-a2d2-52a521ff0d7f for screenshot examples.
QBE needs ability to show non-equi-joins in the QBE grid. Show the line with a click button in the middle, say, that can show the exact join expression. Why not make it possible in the QBE grid to drill-down the displayed tables (open their table design), or, even better, create or edit embedded subqueries (open them in their own Query Editor) similar to what is done for setting a lookup query?