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How hide #Error in a form field

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I have this as the control source but am getting #Error if cboVehicleUsedID hasn't been selected from a combobox.

=DMax("[CurrentMeterRead]","tblDaySheets","[VehicleUsedID] = " & [Forms]![frmDaySheet]![cboVehicleUsedID])

How can I hide the #Error ???
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 2000 total points
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try using the NZ() function

=DMax("[CurrentMeterRead]","tblDaySheets","[VehicleUsedID] = " & nz([Forms]![frmDaySheet]![cboVehicleUsedID],0))
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That did it.  Thank you.
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