I have an unbound list box on a form that is populated by a
query. The query returns records of information about
healthcare facilities; each record is a facility name (and
key) and a set of four dates representing essentially the
last updates of different sets of facility related data.
Users select a facility in the list box and from there
navigate to related forms for the selected facility.
I want to apply conditional formatting to these dates, such
that they appear red when a certain time threshold is
exceeded. On a similar report, for example, I apply
conditional formatting using the Datediff function, but
this is easy on a form. It seems that to do it in the list
box I have to apply formatting somehow within the sql of
the query that populates it. Is it possible to embed
conditional logic (and the datediff function) in a jet sql
query? Or am I going to have to redesign the way the list
box is populated with a vba procedure that would allow me
greater control over fields?
Thanks in advance,
Novice access developer