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Field in Form shows "good am" "good afternoon" "good evening"

Field in Form shows "good am" "good afternoon" "good evening"

Field in Form shows "good am" "good afternoon" "good evening"

I have a form and I have a calculated field to show the respect time of the day, but it only shows "good morning" even if it is 5:00p.m.m.

Here is my calculated field

TIEMPO: IIf(Now()>TimeValue("12:00:00"),"Good Morning",IIf(Now()<TimeValue("18:00:00"),"Good Afternoon","Good Evening"))

Any help will be appreciated.


RE: Field in Form shows "good am" "good afternoon" "good evening"

Looks like fun homework.... smile

TIEMPO: IIf(Time > TimeValue("18:00:00"), "Good evening", IIf(Time > TimeValue("12:00:00"), "Good Afternoon", "Good Morning"))

Have fun.

---- Andy

There is a great need for a sarcasm font.

RE: Field in Form shows "good am" "good afternoon" "good evening"

THANK YOU!!! Andy... This work by substituting time() instead of time.

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