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    Mercer999 is offline Novice
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    #Type! Error in Textbox when form control source returns 0 records

    Having issues getting form textbox calc. I've created a form with a control source query. The form has text boxes that are bound to the query fields. I then created another form, and used the prior as a sub form. I then added textbox objects to the parent form and added the subform totals, using NZ() to return zero if null. That does not seem to work, as the textbox remains blank. I also tried to create a recordset in VBA and DCOUNT the records in the query (if =0 then set textbox objects to zero). That returns zero, but can't seem to get it to return anything but zero. (If DCount("*", "qry_PlExpensePaysFormInput_fromUni") = 0 Then...). How can I get these textboxes to show zero so I don't get a #Type! error? The third snapshot shows how it works when records are returned in the underlying query.








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    Sorry, some pic parts are too small for me. It looks like you've got 2 left parentheses in the blackened expression and 1 right one but that can't be. I believe the type error will be due to a null (and likely cascades), but from where? Since I see nothing obvious (and don't see some of that very well at all) I'd suggest you open in form view and test the values of calculated fields to see what they are. You can either write a sub for this and output each calculated textbox name and value to the immediate window, or you can inquire directly as in
    ?Text74 and hit return to see what you get. If any return null on a new record, your Nz expression isn't working there.
    - "doesn't work" doesn't help. Implement changes in copies of your database.
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