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I want to force the user to make a combobox selection before the rest of the code can execute but this isn't working correctly.  The msgbox tells them they have to make a selection but then goes on with the rest of the code anyway.

    If IsNull(Me.cboMemberID) Then
        MsgBox "You must select a member before proceeding."
        Me.cboMemberID.SetFocus
    End If

then the rest of the code ...

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I'm not sure where you have placed the code but if you want to stop the code after the If statement being executed try adding Exit Sub before the End If.
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