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Default Value for Table

Default Value for Table

Default Value for Table

Is there a way to have a column on a table prefill when another column is updated?

RE: Default Value for Table

This is possible using functions like Now() or Date() as the default value.  Is this the type of thing you are looking for?


RE: Default Value for Table

I belive you will have to code a little VB on the desired event for the field.

RE: Default Value for Table

If you want to do this at the table level, you need to use a function, like the Date() that Drew mentioned. If you want to do it at the form level, you can refer to the other field in the form in the DefultValue property like this:

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