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BOOK: Expert One-on-One Access Application Development
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In looking through the book I found may instances of code that had a line like

strSubject = Nz(Me![cboRecipients].Column(1))

I understand that Nz refers to the Check for Null function and
cboRecipients is the object (in this case a combo box) and
Column is the 2nd column in the object but

what is the "Me!"?

Workshack

P.S. I am a beginning VBA programmer, with some basic MS Access experience. I am trying to develop a simple script to send out a set of e-mails, with varying subjects and attachments and this has me stumped.

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