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    Unanswered: Help Plz, Continuous Time function

    Hey can anyone tell me how to get the Continous time function, so the time carrys on going in a text book or label, (not just updating everytime the form is opened) any help on this would be helpful, Thanks
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    You could use:

    Me.yourTextBox=Now
    Me.yourTextBox= Time

    OR
    Me.yourLable.Caption=Now
    Me.yourLable.Caption=Time

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    TY, doesn't seem to want to work though (access 2002), The text box says it is still unbound :P, I put the code into VB, Ne more help or ideas? Thanks
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    Originally posted by blitzaceuk
    TY, doesn't seem to want to work though (access 2002), The text box says it is still unbound :P, I put the code into VB, Ne more help or ideas? Thanks
    It functions under Office 2000 and should also function under 2002
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    No i mean Updating every second, So the times goes up, even if its in a subform or something.
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    Use the Timer event
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    Thanks alot for ur time, it works fine the one you have attached, Thanks again for both subjects,
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    Originally posted by blitzaceuk
    Thanks alot for ur time, it works fine the one you have attached, Thanks again for both subjects,
    No problem, Good luck.

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