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Reference a checkbox value in Access query

Hey there,

I'm trying to set the value of a text box on my access report based on the value of a checkbox.

I'm using this:

"Do this.",
"Don't do that.")
AS MyTextBox,

but I get "#Error" in MyTextBox on the report when I run it.

I've tried using ="Yes" and ="True" etc. but I get the same results.  

Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?  

Thanks in advance for any help.
Microsoft Access

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Dale Fye

8/22/2022 - Mon
Minh Võ Công

you try
"Do this.",
"Don't do that.")
AS MyTextBox,
Minh Võ Công

DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Former Microsoft Access MVP)

How about this

If Me.MyCheckbox= True Then
   ' do this
  ' do that
End If
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Richard Daneke

The control itself tests as true or false.
"Do this.",
"Don't do that.")
AS MyTextBox,

could be changed to
iif(Me.MyCheckbox, MyTextBox ="Do this.",MyTextBox ="Don't do that.")
Dale Fye

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