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Using the Set command with a counter variable

Using the Set command with a counter variable

(OP)
Hi,

I am trying to use "Set" to assign a form control but a part of the control name is a counter.
I would like to use the second line of code where "cnt" is the counter in order to get the first line.

Thanks for any help

Set Planned_Datet = Forms!frm_Review_Plan1!Planned_Date1
Set Planned_Datet = Forms!frm_Review_Plan1!Planned_Date & cnt

RE: Using the Set command with a counter variable

If I have a form with a command button named Command1, this works:

CODE

Dim c As Control
Dim i As Integer

i = 1

Set c = Me.Controls("Command" & i)

Debug.Print c.Name 

You can adjust this logic to fit your needs, which would be something like:
Set Planned_Datet = Forms!frm_Review_Plan1.Controls("Planned_Date" & cnt)


Have fun.

---- Andy

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RE: Using the Set command with a counter variable

(OP)
Thank you Andy! It worked.

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