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Access Calendar Seminar
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Manage your appointments, and create printable monthly reports from your Access databases.

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MonthlyCalendarF Comment from Phil Bauckham @ 8/26/2015
Hi Richard and team.  I sent you a message yesterday regarding an 'Enter Parameter Value' message box I was receiving which then locked up my access 2015 program.  I've unpicked all the second extension lesson (adding more control buttons) and redone the programming.  Everything now works, except if I try and open the MonthlyCalendarF directly from the objects plane, then I get the message box and I have to close the program with Task Manager.  Obviously I get work round the problem by opening the form with the DatePickerF, but would like to know what the problem is.  Many thanks

Reply from Alex Hedley:

It'll be expecting a value from the DatePickerF.
If that Form is closed then it doesn't have a value, the date, to use in the Source.
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MonthlyCalendarF Comment from Phil Bauckham @ 8/25/2015
Hi Richard.  I've completed the calendar in MS Office 2013 and it all works fine.  A few times now though, when clicking directly onto the 'MonthlyCalendarF' form, I get an 'Enter Parameter Value ?, Forms!DatePicker!startDate' box, which locks up my entire program; pressing 'OK', 'Cancel' and 'X' does not allow me to bypass it.  I have to use task manager to close the program.  Is there a fix to this?  Many thanks, Phil

Reply from Alex Hedley:

I'll need to test this on a machine I've got 2013 on.
Should you not always be going from the other Form so that it has the parameter to query from?
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