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Date Format Issue

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by epete367@optonline.net, Oct 27, 2005.

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  1. epete367@optonline.net

    epete367@optonline.net
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    I have a form where a user checks a check box for months desired. The
    check boxes are named January...December. I need these boxes to return
    the first day of that month for future shipping. For example November
    should return November 1, 2005 while February should return February 1,
    2006.
    I thought I could use something like:
    If Me.January.Value = True Then
    [Forms]![frmShippingCalendar][txtJanuary].Value =
    But from there I am not sure what date function/format to use.
    Ultimately, this will be used to populate a shipping calendar report.
     
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  3. Brendan Reynolds

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    If Me.January.Value = True Then
    Forms!frmShippingCalendar!txtJanuary.Value = DateSerial(Year(Date(), 1,
    1)

    The DateSerial function takes three integer numbers, for the year, month,
    and day, in that order. See 'DateSerial Function' in the help file for
    details.

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    Brendan Reynolds


    <epete367@optonline.net> wrote in message
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    >I have a form where a user checks a check box for months desired. The
    > check boxes are named January...December. I need these boxes to return
    > the first day of that month for future shipping. For example November
    > should return November 1, 2005 while February should return February 1,
    > 2006.
    > I thought I could use something like:
    > If Me.January.Value = True Then
    > [Forms]![frmShippingCalendar][txtJanuary].Value =
    > But from there I am not sure what date function/format to use.
    > Ultimately, this will be used to populate a shipping calendar report.
    >
     
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