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Message box if one of two fields are blank

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I'm trying to make a message box appear if either of two fields on a form are blank.  If either one of then has data entered then the message box does not need to appear.  Here is my code.  But it's not working when both fields are left blank.

    If Nz(Me.txtIncomingQty, "") = "" Or Nz(Me.txtSoldQty, "") = "" Then
        MsgBox "You must enter both an incoming and a sold qty."
        Me.txtIncomingQty.SetFocus
        Exit Sub
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try, the message will appear IF BOTH are blank, is this what you want?

your statement above is confusing...

If Me.txtIncomingQty & Me.txtSoldQty & "" = "" Then
        MsgBox "You must enter either an incoming or a sold qty."
        Me.txtIncomingQty.SetFocus
        Exit Sub
end if
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