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MsgBox not working in code

Posted on 2006-11-15
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If cmb_yrqtr = Null Then
MsgBox "You must select a year/qtr", vbExclamation, "Sorry!"


Else
DoCmd.OpenQuery "Mtbl_AllIndicatorfilter", acViewNormal, acEdit


When I put a break on the line 'If cmb_yrqtr = Null Then'  i can see that 'cmb_yrqtr' = Null-
so why isn't my msgbox popping up?

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Question by:smoschkau
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by:Nightman
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What data type is cmb_yrqtr?
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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If isnull(cmb_yrqtr ) Then
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by:smoschkau
ID: 17947027
I think numeric??

In the colum I have -1 and 2005_3

The combo box comes from a union query-
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by:smoschkau
ID: 17947039
Thanks angel! That worked GREAT!
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