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Se puede utilizar "Me!FechaReciboQsl = Date" desde una macro ???

Hola a todos.
Me gustaria saber si se puede utilizar lo del asunto desde una accion de
macro...
Si no es asi, como podria convertirlo a modulo para llamarlo desde la macro.

Necesito que el campo "FECHARECIBOQSL" se me actualize a la fecha del dia.

Alguna sugerencia...

Gracias a todos
Nov 13 '05 #1
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"Jorge Gallardo" <jo***********@eb4enn.com> wrote in message news:<ck**********@nsnmrro2-gest.nuria.telefonica-data.net>...
Hola a todos.
Me gustaria saber si se puede utilizar lo del asunto desde una accion de
macro...
Si no es asi, como podria convertirlo a modulo para llamarlo desde la macro.

Necesito que el campo "FECHARECIBOQSL" se me actualize a la fecha del dia.

Alguna sugerencia...

Gracias a todos

Hi everyone,

Yeah, several suggestions... first of all, since this is an
English-speaking NG, try speaking English. yeah, you can use the
values from fields on a form in whatever you want. Just point to the
open form in your macro or query or whatever. No real need to convert
it to a module. But macros have definitely limited flexibility.
Right click your macro and select save as then choose module.
Nov 13 '05 #2
Many thanks for all.
I begaining Module use.
I probed convert macro to module. I unknow this funtion.
Thansk for all my friend.

"Pieter Linden" <pi********@hotmail.com> escribió en el mensaje
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"Jorge Gallardo" <jo***********@eb4enn.com> wrote in message

news:<ck**********@nsnmrro2-gest.nuria.telefonica-data.net>...
Hola a todos.
Me gustaria saber si se puede utilizar lo del asunto desde una accion de
macro...
Si no es asi, como podria convertirlo a modulo para llamarlo desde la macro.
Necesito que el campo "FECHARECIBOQSL" se me actualize a la fecha del dia.
Alguna sugerencia...

Gracias a todos

Hi everyone,

Yeah, several suggestions... first of all, since this is an
English-speaking NG, try speaking English. yeah, you can use the
values from fields on a form in whatever you want. Just point to the
open form in your macro or query or whatever. No real need to convert
it to a module. But macros have definitely limited flexibility.
Right click your macro and select save as then choose module.

Nov 13 '05 #3

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