Microsoft Access 2013 - Event to automatically update another field

I have a field on a form which once updated will cause a Listbox to requery and display new results.

However, it is a date field, and once they have chosen the date in the date picker in needs to automatically update the listbox, without doing anything else. As far as I can tell, on events can cause this without the user clicking elsewhere on the form. So, immediately upon clicking on a day in the date picker, the listbox needs to requery.

Is there a way to do this?
rick_dangerAsked:
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Dale FyeCommented:
you might try the textbox change event,  but in the change event, you have to refer to the .text property of the control, because the .value property of the control has not changed.

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rick_dangerAuthor Commented:
This still requires me to click the mouse on another field before it updates the listbox though.
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rick_dangerAuthor Commented:
fyed
I actually got it working from the OnDirty event, however your tip about the .text property of the control was useful, so will award you the points
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