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Strange behavior...

Hello,
I have a report which is based on a query...in the query there are the
following fields: 'StartDate', 'EndDate', 'CurrencyPeriod', ...
in the report I have a header (dateHeader) which contains 3 textboxes:
the first two are bound to 'StartDate' / 'EndDate' but the third
textbox is unbound.

The problem is now that I have absolutely no access to the field
Me![CurrencyPeriod] in the dateHeader_Format-Event, I always get
"Microsoft Access can't find the field 'CurrencyPeriod' referred to in
your expression" (Runtime-Error 2465). But I can access all the other
fields of the query! And when I open the query it shows me the field
'CurrencyPeriod' correctly...

Strange, isn't it? Do you have an idea why this happens?

ps: Sorry for my bad english, I'm from Germany
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"Steven Weiss" <steven.weiss@bsmht.nhs.uk> wrote in message
news:e3947609.0402030340.1345dd02@posting.google.com...
> Hello,
> I have a report which is based on a query...in the query there are the
> following fields: 'StartDate', 'EndDate', 'CurrencyPeriod', ...
> in the report I have a header (dateHeader) which contains 3 textboxes:
> the first two are bound to 'StartDate' / 'EndDate' but the third
> textbox is unbound.
>
> The problem is now that I have absolutely no access to the field
> Me![CurrencyPeriod] in the dateHeader_Format-Event, I always get
> "Microsoft Access can't find the field 'CurrencyPeriod' referred to in
> your expression" (Runtime-Error 2465). But I can access all the other
> fields of the query! And when I open the query it shows me the field
> 'CurrencyPeriod' correctly...
>
> Strange, isn't it? Do you have an idea why this happens?
>
> ps: Sorry for my bad english, I'm from Germany

Not so strange, once you get used to it. There is a difference between
the field in the query, and a textbox on the report. When you type
Me![StartDate], you are referring to the textbox, not to the field in
the recordset.

You can sometimes fool Access by adding a textbox that is bound to the
CurrencyPeriod field, then deleting it. It usually retains the
information and then knows how to find the underlying field. Or just add
it and make it invisible, just to be sure.

It is easier to see what is available if you use Me.StartDate instead of
Me![StartDate].



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