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Insert Formula in control textbox in Access 97

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How do I enter a formula/expression in a textbox control that will calculate 2 two fields. Example: =[Units Sampled] - [Units Passed] the total should appear in the field (Units Failed)?
Mar 5 '10 #1
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Place exactly what you have

=[Units Sampled] - [Units Passed]

in the textbox Control Source in the Properties Pane..

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Mar 5 '10 #2

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I have entered the formula in the textbox control that should have the end result.
example: =[Units Sampled] - [Units Passed]
The error message on the form appears as this (#Name?) what should I do?
Mar 5 '10 #3

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