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Rockford, IL



Real Name:  SteveL13 [Unspecified]
Primary Role:  Coder
Title:  Information Services
Joined: Jul 2001 (19 years ago)
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How create help file?
I've built an Access app. that will require a help file in the event the user needs guidance in filling out various forms. The information on how to do this is pretty sparce. Can anyone provide an easy step-by-step response on how to accomplish this?, , --Steve
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17 years ago

Sample.D
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How get calculated field value on a form to write
I have a form which is bound to a table. On this form I have a calculated field. The calculation is the sum of two other field values. How can I get the value of the calculated field to write to a specific field in the table?
Posted to MB Topic: Access VBA Programming « Access Board
17 years ago

mprestwood
Answering for completeness... Don't do that with a calculated field. At least, it's much easier using an event such as changeValue or another event.
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How automate checkbox?
I have a form which has two elements on it. One is a checkbox (named "Completed"), the other a text box (named "DateCompleted"). , , Am trying to make the checkbox automatically get checked if ANY value is entered into the text box but remain unchecked if nothing is entered into the textbox., , Here's my code. Someone please tell me what's wrong with it., , Private Sub DateCompleted_AfterUpdate(), , If Me.DateCompleted.Value = Not Null Then, Me.Completed = True, End If, , End Sub
Posted to MB Topic: Access VBA Programming « Access Board
17 years ago

jfgambit
Just add the following to the after update event of the textbox, , Me.Completed = True
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How hide empty fields in query results?
I have a table that will only have one record with several fields. Some of the fields will have no value. Then, I have a select query written against that table. But when I run the query I want ONLY the fields that have vaules to be displayed (shown). How can I accomplish this?, , --Steve
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17 years ago

tenga
{Too Long!}
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How compile help file with Access (Developers Edit
I have my help file compiled, (helpfile.chm). Now I want to somehow be able to compile that help file along with the Access file using the Microsoft XP Developer Packaging Wizard. , , Anyone know if this is possible and how to do it?
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How make field automaticaly enter?
I have two fields on a form. The first one is a combo box bound to a table with four records in the only field in that table. One of the records in that table says "Other". If the user chooses the any of the three choices besides "Other" in the first field (combo box field) on the form, I want to have the second field which is a text box become inactive so the user can't make an entry in it., , Does anyone know how to accomplish this?
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17 years ago

SteveL
Perfect. Thanks!
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