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Reading the make version in a form?

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Is there a way to read the automatically incrimenting version number in the Make properties from within a form?  I'd like to have my form's version label automatically updated based on the version statement from the make..

Simple question, but doing a search for "automatic version make" just doesn't fly...

A code example or link to a Microsoft technet Q-doc would suffice.

Thank you.
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To get the version number you can use :-
VersionNum = App.Major & "." & App.Minor & "." & App.Revision.
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Cool.  Thank you.
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