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I am trying to write a Do Until loop, what I want to know is how to write the if statement, I want the loop to continue until all 14 check boxes are read. Here is what i think it should be the code below.

Is there a way to have the field Day_ InAMTime etc, read inclemently. There are 14 days that have 4 time fields that need to be populated based on weather the corresponding check box is checked.
\thank you.
If WKDay "& = False Then
Me.Day01InAMTime.Value = tbl_EmployeeData.InAMTime
Me.Day01OutAMTime.Value = tbl_EmployeeData.OutAMTime
Me.Day01InPMTime.Value = tbl_EmployeeData.InPMTime
Me.Day01OutPMTime.Value = tbl_EmployeeData.OutPMTime
Else
Me.Day01InAMTime.Value = Null
Me.Day01OutAMTime.Value = Null
Me.Day01InPMTime.Value = Null
Me.Day01OutPMTime.Value = Null

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by:Jim Horn
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Give this a whirl... (air code, so modify to suit your needs)

Dim x as Integer

For x = 1 to 14
  Me("Day" & Format(x, "00") & "InAMTime").Value = goo
  Me("Day" & Format(x, "00") & "OutAMTime").Value = foo
  Me("Day" & Format(x, "00") & "InPMTime").Value = boo
  Me("Day" & Format(x, "00") & "OutPMTime").Value = haachoo
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by:life42
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Simple question why & Format, and how do I test against the check boxes, in the mean time i will play with this thank you.
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>Simple question why & Format
So 1 will be read as 01, 2 as 02, 3 as 03, etc.

>and how do I test against the check boxes,
Not sure what you mean here.
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by:life42
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Do I need to change format and if so to what.
I only want to populate the days that have been checked on another form but that information is stored in the same table that populates the time fields.

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thank you
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