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    Reset Combo Box to Default Value After One Hour

    Hello,

    How Can I Reset my Combo Box to my Defaut Value After One Hour?

    *And in accomplishing this task is there anyway to keep the Form's TimerInterval = 1000 so that I can incorporate a clock? <= Aesthetic Request*

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    Related thread https://www.accessforums.net/program...ime-36717.html

    Apply the same code technique described in the final post of that thread.
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    Interesting question. But now I have a question: If I start at 8:15 AM, do you want to reset the control at 9:15AM (after 1 hour) or at 9:00AM (on the hour)?

    If you want "on the hour", I found some code on the access-programmers.co.uk forum on 10-02-2008 by missinglinq that will work.

    Create an unbound text box and name it txtOmega
    If you don't want to display the seconds (10:15 AM) set the format to "Medium Time"

    Add this code to the form:
    Code:
    Private Sub Form_Open(Cancel As Integer)
       'Author missinglinq 10-02-2008,  access-programmers.co.uk
    
       'Displays while waiting for timer to crank up
       Me.txtOmega = Time
    End Sub
    
    Private Sub Form_Timer()
       'Author missinglinq 10-02-2008,  access-programmers.co.uk
    
       Me.txtOmega = Time   'Display time
       If Minute(Me.txtOmega) = 0 And Second(Me.txtOmega) = 0 Then
          Me.YourCBO = 0
       End If
    
    End Sub
    Change YourCBO to your control name.

    Set the form's TimerInterval to 1000



    -------------------------------------------------
    If you want to have buttons to start and stop the timer, add two buttons called cmdClockStart and cmdClockEnd and attach respective code to each to have the clock run on demand.
    '***************** Code Start ***************
    Private Sub cmdClockStart_Click()
    Me.TimerInterval = 1000
    End Sub

    Private Sub cmdClockEnd_Click()
    Me.TimerInterval = 0
    End Sub
    '***************** Code End ***************
    HTH
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    Steve
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    athyeh is offline Competent Performer
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    Thread Solved. Thank you.

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