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I have a bound field on a form named “DT02” that displays long date, I have an unbound field named “DOW” that I want to display the weekday of what ever the long date is in the field named “DT02” in otherwords DWO= “DT02” format(now()”dddd”)
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The ControlSource for DWO needs to be an expression.
=Format([DT02], "dddd")

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Thanks that's what i needed...
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