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Clearning a text box

Hi, all!

I have some code that makes a lot of updates to my tables, but I also need it to clear a particular text box after it is done.

The textbox is txtactdesc.

Here is the code:

Private Sub btnTest_Click()

    Dim db      As DAO.Database
    Dim rst     As DAO.Recordset
    Dim strSql  As String
    Dim varDesc As Variant
    Dim lngID   As Long

    varDesc = Me.txtactdesc.Value
    
    strSql = "Select * From Activities Where ActDesc = '" & varDesc & "'"
    
    Set db = CurrentDb
    Set rst = db.OpenRecordset(strSql)
    
    If rst.RecordCount = 0 Then
        rst.AddNew
            rst!ActDesc.Value = varDesc
            rst!ActTypeID.Value = Me!lsttype
            rst!STOID.Value = Me!cmbSTO.Value
            rst!TOID.Value = Me!cmbTO.Value
        rst.Update
        rst.Bookmark = rst.LastModified
    End If
    lngID = rst!ActID.Value

    strSql = "Select Top 1 * From StaffActivities"
    Set rst = db.OpenRecordset(strSql)
    
    rst.AddNew
        rst!ActDate.Value = Nz(Me!ActDate.Value, Date)
        rst!ActID.Value = lngID
        rst!STOID.Value = Me!cmbSTO.Value
        rst!TOID.Value = Me!cmbTO.Value
        
    rst.Update
    
    
    Refresh
    
    rst.Close
    
    Set rst = Nothing
    Set db = Nothing

    
                
End Sub

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I have tried the Undo method, setting the text to "", and just telling the text box to refresh or clear. None of it seems to be working.
I might just be putting the command in the wrong place.

Thank you, in advance, for your help!
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Megin
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Megin
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MacroShadowCommented:
Nothing to do with your question, but you should remove all occurrences of ".Value".

As far as your question is concernrd adding the following line at the end of your code will clear the textbox:
txtactdesc = ""

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MeginAuthor Commented:
Yep, that worked!

I should have known that. It was so simple!

Thank you!!!
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MacroShadowCommented:
No prob.
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mbizupCommented:
Just a note on the Value property....

The default property of many types of controls is the Value property.

so the following:
   Me.myTextbox = 123

is exactly the same time as

  Me.myTextbox.Value = 123

So there is nothing really bad about having the Value property in your code.

It is a little longer, but many use it to explicitly show which property is being referred to.

(it is really a matter of personal preference)
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