I have a form using the Calendar control with two boxes:
The user clicks in the Start date and the Calendar comes up and the user selects the date then the user selects the End Date field and the calendar switches focus to this field and the user selects the date.
What I am wondering is how could I verify the information that the start date is earlier than the end date before the user clicks OK or After the user clicks OK which runs my report so the user can view the information?
Is there a code I can use in the OK control box and does anyone know what I would need to put in there?
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