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Posted on 2014-09-23
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experts,

I have had some corruption and not sure why the form's CASE code is no longer working.
I have some criteria on a users input into a combo box and date field.

Here is a part of the Case statement criteria:
If JBIC  then :  date to receive funds must be >30 days from Date of Request form
all others the date to receive funds must be >5 days but not >25 days from Date of Request form (basically 5<>25)

Please see attached db.  It is pared down and the form opens automatically.  

I have been fiddling around with this for too long and cant even seem to get any msg box text to appear.  I dont know if its because there was some corruption.  

thank you
EE.accdb
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by:danishani
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I am not able to download your DB. When I click on the link it opens a page with bunch of text in it.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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open your form in design view and make sure that the

Before update event of the combo have [Event Procedure]
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Will do so shortly as not at computer now.
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by:pdvsa
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that was it!  thank you
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