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golfnutt8
Brownstown, MI



Real Name:  Chris Lond
Primary Role:  Coder
Title:  Access Developer
Joined: Mar 2002 (17 years ago)
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Combo Boxes
Ok lets see if I can tell you my problem without exploding., I want to be able to choose an Item from my combo box and then based on my choice display a label telling me the full name of the choice. The Combo box will display abrev. names like Chris instead of Christopher or Dept instead of Department., Then I want a label to say: Dept = Department. Is this possible?, I hope I was clear[*]null
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Re: Combo Boxes
This is the solution I came up with. It may not be the correct way but it works., , If CboProdDesc.Text = "asyf" Then, CboProdDesc = Format("asyf", ">"), LblProdDesc.Caption = "ASYF = Assembly Fixture", LblProdDesc.ForeColor = vbRed, End If
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Re: AutoNaming Files based on user input
Please dont even look at this its a complete waste of time and needs to be removed. I cant beleive I would even consider posting this up
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AutoNaming Files based on user input
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golfnutt8
Please dont even look at this its a complete waste of time and needs to be removed. I cant beleive I would even consider posting this up
17 years ago
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Re: Converting a Date into a String
Ok I got it thank you for your help
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Converting a Date into a String
Boy could I use some help with this!, I have a text box called TxtDate and under the Form_Load event I have this:, TxtDate = Date, now this looks very straigt forward but when I click the button to run the app I want to put some kind of code in the Click event to convert the Date into a String that looks like this. ##-##-#### , Please help, Thank you
17 years ago

golfnutt8
Ok I got it thank you for your help
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