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Old August 19th, 2007, 08:24 PM
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Default MS Date Time picker change

I'm still really new to Access and I hope I'm not wasting people's time.
The following code worked when the textbox was Date/time with an input mask but since I changed it to MS DTPicker (superiors want a pretty calendar to choose the date) it won't work. The control sources are the same and I have tried rewriting the code to include the names of the DTPickers but nothing happens. It just won't update the "status" text box.

Private Sub Final_Date_Delivered_AfterUpdate(Cancel As Integer)

    Dim stDocName As String
    Dim stLinkCriteria As String

    stDocName = "frmCoordReq"

    Me![Status] = "Open"

    If ((Me![Final Date Delivered] <= Me![Date of delivery]) Or (Me![Final Date Delivered] <= Me![Date of extension])) Then

        Me![Status] = "Completed on time"

    ElseIf ((Me![Final Date Delivered] > Me![Date of delivery]) Or (Me![Final Date Delivered] > Me![Date of extension])) Then

        Me![Status] = "Completed late"

    End If

    DoCmd.Save acForm, stDocName

End Sub

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Is this giving you any errors, or just not working? Which date is the date picker? If it is Final_Date_Delivered, you may want to put this on the On Dirty event. Alternatively, make sure it is on the Before Update event of the form.

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