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Trying to make message appear if combobox value deleted

Posted on 2013-06-18
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Here's my afterupdate code.  It isn't working.  No messagebox appears.

If IsNull(Me.cboSelectBudget) Then
    MsgBox "You have deleted an associated budget.  Be sure to enter a construction budget figure."
End If
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Try...
If nz(Me.cboSelectBudget,"")="" Then
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I should have said... what is the datatype of the field bound to your combobox?
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