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Can a command button on an Access 2007 form be conditionally displayed?

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I recently began working with Access 2007, but I do have a limited experience with prior versions.

I have a form with a button whose visibility I would like to make conditional on the Month value of Now(). I would like the test to be done any time the form is displayed. I have been unable to find any macros or VBA code examples showing me how to accomplish this, so I'm beginning to wonder if it can be done. In simple pseudo code, here's what I'd like to do:

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  1. If(Month(Now())=1,Button.Visible=True, If(Month(Now())=12,Button.Visible=True,Button.Visible=False))
Is something like this possible to do in Access 2007?

Thanks for looking.

Dave Anderson
Bismarck ND
Jul 26 '10 #1
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NeoPa
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Certainly David.

Include this code as your form's Open event procedure :
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  1. Private Sub Form_Open()
  2.     Me.Button.Visible = ((Month(Date) = 1) Or (Month(Date) = 12))
  3. End Sub
Jul 26 '10 #2

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Something so simple? Thank you for the response-I will try this first thing tomorrow.
Jul 27 '10 #3

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