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  1. moke123

    The Covid cure has arrived!

    My state is legalized and the THC vape pens sell like crazy at the stores. Back when that panic was happening there were a ton of bootlegs. The real ones sell for about $50 to $70 in the stores. The bootlegs were $20 on the street hence they were everywhere. Those were the ones getting people...
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    The Covid cure has arrived!

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    Web page disappearing in Chrome

    Mine remains as is.
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    The Covid cure has arrived!

    Whatcha doing later? Wanna play scrabble? I'm gonna be busy for a few hours as I hafta do some fact checking. I kinda love that game. Betcha I can win. Lemme see if there's an online version. 🤣
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    The Covid cure has arrived!

    Tbh, I wanna disagree with y'all. "Wanna" appears in the dictionary. What defines a proper word? I think it depends on your audience. You wouldn't use wanna in a formal letter, but you would in a text or a note. Barring. :rolleyes:
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    The Covid cure has arrived!

    Interesting to look at what words have been added to the dictionaries over time. TBH, i'm surprised that TBH was added in 10/21. https://www.merriam-webster.com/words-at-play/new-words-in-the-dictionary-january-2021 https://www.merriam-webster.com/words-at-play/new-words-in-the-dictionary
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    Iterating through dates in a For loop

    Another test for null or ZLS uses the Nz(). If Nz(yourcontrol,"") <> "" then
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    Subform is not showing all records

    Is the subform set to continuous form?
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    Form flickering with background image

    this seems to work
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    Help with this error "The database you are trying to open requires a newer version of Microsoft Access"

    which leads to the question "Is the database split?"
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    Help with this error "The database you are trying to open requires a newer version of Microsoft Access"

    Make a copy of your database and delete sensitive data or you can randomize the sensitive data. See the utility posted here . . . https://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/threads/randomizing-data-for-posted-dbs.306745/#post-1640309
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    American's appreciating Sean Lock - Much loved Comedian

    My sides hurt.
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    What's your best/worst joke?

    Its a toss up, personally I like the lumberjack song.
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    Run-time error 3075 - Is there Something Wrong?

    You didn't include the delete portion of your code in the original post which in this case is an important omission. It's always best to include the complete code.
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    Run-time error 3075 - Is there Something Wrong?

    Not sure of your datatypes so I can't comment on your delimiting. You have 3 parenthesis which are probably not needed. (Me!NewExpatPerc) & "');"
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    Solved Trigger a control's datepicker with a separate button

    Better yet, you can make your own date picker. https://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/threads/date-pickers-calendar-controls-and-calendar-resources.315041/#post-1738234
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    Are there gremlins in my computer?

    Go to your recording history in Alexa and you can listen to everything it recorded. Same for Google Assistant. And there are plenty of stories like this one https://fortune.com/2019/08/13/facebook-audio-recording/
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    Count Records for Each User

    Depends on your tables and business practices. You can add a field to your table "EnteredBy" and save the UserID in it. Does anyone edit an entry and do you need to track that or only the initial entry?
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