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    #2's Not A Ukulele

    Thanks. Nice to feel missed. Doesn't happen very often. Oddly enough, I don't think I got an email from the forum after your last post.
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    #2's Not A Ukulele

    I still get emails for threads that I haven't unsubscribed from. Still have your email addy too (I think). Anyway, that looks like spam to me. Really? Google has millions of reviews on appliances. Drop me a line sometime - I'd like to know how the uke is holding up.
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    How to place inserted values from one field to another based on selected combo box values in a different form

    cross posted https://www.accessforums.net/showthread.php?t=84959 @Mainman, maybe read https://www.excelguru.ca/content.php?184
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    INSERT Statement Help :)

    I had to come back in to see how old this was, given that you were addressing my post. A year, almost? Thou dost procrastinate too much! Anyway, I'm unwatching this one.
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    #2's Not A Ukulele

    Well you know how to get in touch. By the time I get around to it, you should have enough saved up - but you'll probably need a new stove to go with that new fridge. ;)
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    #2's Not A Ukulele

    I cannot see a way to mark this thread solved to close it out...
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    #2's Not A Ukulele

    I guess I'll close this out with this update and will try to make a very long story not so long. Based on my research I waited 6 weeks for the 6 coats of clear finish to harden, then dry sanded to 320 and 600 then wet sanded with 2000. Next I used an automotive paste wax that contains micro...
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    Mark All As Read

    Thank you. I never noticed that. Will save me a lot of flipping back and forth between the list and the thread(s).
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    Mark All As Read

    I don't suppose this would be something of interest to anyone else by any chance? Let's say you go on vacation (or perhaps are absent some other reason) and you just want to clear your 'unread' list because otherwise it's huge. 2 clicks and you're done (there is a confirmation prompt there)...
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    32 bit vs 64 bit => all the differences, and then some....

    Unsubscribed from this thread, and to be honest, from AWF. Congrats Adam.
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    32 bit vs 64 bit => all the differences, and then some....

    I don't hate anyone of the likes of you - any more than I would hate any other kind of pest. Hate is for people like Hitler.
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    32 bit vs 64 bit => all the differences, and then some....

    I see that you're back Adam. Question is, why? If a normal person felt that their presence wasn't appreciated somewhere, they'd stay away - especially after being banned several times. That says something about your normality. I won't even comment on the absurdity of what you've posted as the...
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    Hello from Toronto

    There's reality (TV or whatever), then there's the opposite.
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    Hello from Toronto

    An especially sincere welcome to anyone from Hogtown!
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    Lock old threads?

    You can add to a solved thread, no? Then add your more perfect solution. IMHO the poster has the final say if the issue is solved. OPs ask for a solution to their issue - they aren't asking "what is the best approach". Just because some don't is no reason to remove the ability. If I can't skip...
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    Lock old threads?

    I agree with let it alone. It's no biggie. Besides, once in a while it dies because it's not solved, someone stumbles across it, then posts a solution. Sure, the frequency of that is far less than someone hijacking it, but you'd prevent the possibility for these solutions, and for what? If I...
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    Solved Error 2482 with Eval() - I guess I do not understand Eval limitations

    visibility of the function aside, what does that mean? Does it mean you incorporated the parentheses (and I suppose the parameters) as mentioned in my post and at ms access site: or something else? Thanks.
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    Solved Error 2482 with Eval() - I guess I do not understand Eval limitations

    If you pass a function name to Eval, you must include () after the function name. Maybe "MarkReadyToProcess() intCount, Me.txtSubjectID, False"
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    Multiply records on report

    You'd have to get the code from the posted db I think. I'm still out of commission, BTW.
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    Multiply records on report

    Oops. I looked at the total count. IF coffee = 0 Then DontPost End If OP could mask the link to the other thread, or see post 2.
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