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first...as i have logged in this forum for the first time let me introduce myself: I am Vlado Jovanovski from Macedonia, and i started concerning myself with Access2003 and VBA about 1 year ago.yesterday with exeperiments i figured out that unbound object is STRING type. Now, if u have to compare it with integer variable u will have to use VAL function. I hope this reply will satisy ur expectations.






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