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VB6 form make a field mandatory

Posted on 2014-02-11
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The field Lot Number (txtLotNumb) needs to be mandatory.  From what I see this is not a property setting. The sub routine seen below is the code associated with the field.  How would I make this filed mandatory?
Thanks in Advance

Private Sub txtLotNumb_Change()

End Sub

For a complete picture see the attached file.
Thanks in Advance
The-field-Lot-Number.docx
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advfinance earned 500 total points
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How about, somewhere in cmdSave_Click()...

If Len(Trim(txtLotNumb.Text)) = 0 Then
    MsgBox "Please enter lot number.", "Item Allocation", vbInformation
    Exit Sub
End If

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I will try this in a few minutes. Thanks.
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by:tesla764
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This is something I can definately work with.
Thanks you for pinting me in the right direction.
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You're welcome Merle. Happy coding.

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