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On Nov 15, 2016, at 10:00 PM, toukey1 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The fields are different to what I sent initially but this below is an extract of what is being used now. Some very old code I might add.
xx = Me!ClientNoCombo.Column(0)
varx = Me!Date
vard = Me!IssueDate
vary = Me!PolicyNo
varz = Me!Premium
varp = Me!Tax
add2 = " And [tblAllPols].[PolicyNo] = '" & vary & " ' "
add3 = " And [tblAllPols].[Premium] = " & varz
add4 = " And [tblAllPols].[ClientNo] = " & xx
vno = " And [tblAllPols].[InvNo] = 0"
add8 = " And [tblAllPols].[Tax] = " & varp
sno = DLookup("[SeqNo]", "tblAllPols", "[tblAllPols].[Issuedate] = # " & vard & " #" & vno & add2 & add3 & add4 & add8)
uquery = "update tblAllPols set InvDate = # " & varx & " # where [tblAllPols].[SeqNo] = " & sno
Posted by: John Viescas <email@example.com>
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