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Catch the checking/unchecking in the DTPicker - VB6

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I have a DTPicker control on a form.  It displays the date with a checkbox and a dropdown arrow to then display the calendar view.  What I need to do is put a warning message when the user unchecks the box for the date currently assigned before it makes the value = Null.  How do I do that before it makes it Null?

Please help.

Thanks in advance.
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Nevermind, I figured it out.
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