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Is this even possible?

I'm working on a project and its based on months!
Everytime I click a a button cmdRunMonthEnd I would like it to do the following. I will just explain from the part where I don't get it right!

I have a table TrnControl with the following fields:
TrnYear, TrnMonth, CurrentBalance, 1,2 through to 12 (months).

I also have this form called RunMonthEnd. With the following unbound textboxes:
Txt.Year, txtMonth, txtNewMonth, txtCurrentBalan ce and a command button cmdRunMonthEnd.

As I said, everything works as I want up to the point where click the button. When I click the button I want the following to happen if it's even possible.

When it is clicked I want it to update the table called TrnControl.
it should take the value from the forms text box called txtCurrentBalan ce and update one of the month's (1-12). It should update to the field which is in the txtNewMonth.

So if the txtNewMonth is 3, then it must take txtCurrentValue and update the field called 3 in that same record where TrnYear is the same as txtYear on the form.

please help, it seems impossible to me! Is it?

Thanks
Ryno
Feb 24 '12
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Mihail
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:) If you think so... good luck !
Feb 25 '12 #11
NeoPa
32,584 Recognized Expert Moderator MVP
Ryno,

No-one's asking you to be coder of the year here. What you post would only be a start. However, if you cannot think of any code after we've spent time trying to explain these basic concepts to you then it seems we're wasting our time. I've already laid out the basic logic of the code for you in post #. This is a site for offering help to coders, not to code for other people for free. If you need it done for you then you need to think about paying someone for their expertise. Here, we offer help to fellow professionals and amateurs. If you're not prepared even to have a crack at it, after the basics have already been provided for you, then I don't see how you can consider yourself one of those.

As for the month fields, you might consider field names of M1, M2, ... M12 and control names on your form of txtM1, txtM2, ... txtM12. This avoids the silly situation where anything is named simply as an integer value.
Feb 26 '12 #12

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