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Experts, would like to have this afterupdate event work but have a syntax.  I have looked around on EE and did not find a solution so I decided to ask a question.  It is my code so there might be a better way to code it.  Basically, on AfterUpdate and if the field txtDateApprovedOrDeclined is not null (meaning that  adate was entered) I would like the other two fields to say Inactive and 100.  thank you

Private Sub txtDateApprovedOrDeclined_AfterUpdate()

    If (IsNotNull(Me.ApprovedorDeclinedcbo)) Then
        Me.Status = "Inactive"
        Me.PrcntComplete = "100"
       
    End If
   
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Question by:Petrobras
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Private Sub txtDateApprovedOrDeclined_AfterUpdate()

    If Not IsNull(Me.ApprovedorDeclinedcbo) Then
        Me.Status = "Inactive"
        Me.PrcntComplete = "100"
       
    End If
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by:jmoss111
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Hello Petrobras,

Private Sub txtDateApprovedOrDeclined_AfterUpdate()

    If Not(IsNull(Me.ApprovedorDeclinedcbo)) Then
        Me.Status = "Inactive"
        Me.PrcntComplete = "100"
       
    End If

Regards,

Jim
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