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Re: Conditional [Event Procedure] Thank you for your reply. Let me explain what I need another way. Is there possible to use “If-Then” procedure? I have been using it for one condition.

Kambiz Afshartous
Oct 7, 2014
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Re: Conditional [Event Procedure] On the form, in the OnOpen Event procedure code, set the control value =null and the "Enabled" setting for the third control. Then on both the first and second

Peter Groman
Oct 7, 2014
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Conditional [Event Procedure] Access 07. How can I Auto Fill the third control according to the data in first & second controls. Example: First control = “Progressive” And if Second

kenaf42
Oct 7, 2014
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Re: Me!ComboBoxName.Dropdown Sorry, the code was not attached. Check to make sure the names of the objects match the names in the procedures exactly - including case sensitivity. Also make

Peter Groman
Sep 28, 2014
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Me!ComboBoxName.Dropdown Access 2007. I have a form with fourteen Combo Boxes, with following Event Procedure “Me!Combo Box Name.Dropdown” on On Got Focus event of each Combo

kenaf42
Sep 27, 2014
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Re: Help with code Thanks again. Could you help me with VBA code?   Kambiz On Thursday, January 9, 2014 2:13 PM, Pete Groman wrote:   Ok.  Sounds like

Kambiz Afshartous
Jan 10, 2014
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Re: Help with code Ok. Sounds like you need some VBA code attached to the on update event on the first textbox that will update the second one. That or you could use a query

Pete Groman
Jan 9, 2014
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Re: Help with code Thank you Peter for prompt reply but the result of your instruction it is not what I need. On this form I have two separate fields for Author Name and Author

Kambiz Afshartous
Jan 9, 2014
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Re: 2013 won't scroll No, scroll lock off, tried with scroll lock on just for grins and it doesn't scroll either way. ... From: "Gary D Boehm" To:

blittle48
Jan 9, 2014
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Re: 2013 won't scroll Could this be related to the scroll lock button on the keyboard? [cid:image492685.JPG@7cdbe692.4a9a2a19] Gary D. Boehm Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen IT Support

Boehm, Gary D
Jan 9, 2014
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21952

2013 won't scroll Just upgraded to Access 2013 and now it won't let me scroll in tables using the mouse wheel. Anybody else have this problem or a solution? Brad

blittle48
Jan 9, 2014
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21951

Re: Help with code In the field properties, Set the column widths, seperated by commas. ie: 1,2 would be 1" for the first field and 2" for the second. - From:

Peter groman
Jan 8, 2014
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21950

Help with code First control of a form in Access 07 based on table Author Book Review is combo box with following code in its Row Source: SELECT [Authors_Names].ID,

kenaf42
Jan 8, 2014
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21949

Re: Filter Report by Selection (Including Dates) SOLVED by using the following: Private Sub Set_Filter_Click() Dim strSQL As String, intCounter As Integer For intCounter = 1 To 7 If Me("Filter" & intCounter)

winpins
Oct 25, 2013
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Re: Filter Report by Selection (Including Dates) PS: I'm in MS Access 2010, running on XP (yes, XP), though this db was originally designed using XP, if that makes a difference. Thanks again, LB in GA ...

winpins
Oct 23, 2013
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