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thanks a lot, I had tried various searches on 'date' etc, didn't know about Date Diff, searching on that has given lots of things that look relevant :) what does the "d" mean though?

that seems to be in every example I can find from a search on here, so presumably I don't need to change that to anything else?

One important thing to note; if you created a new module to place the Check Date function in, when asked to save and name it, do not name it Check Date!

If you do so, you'll confuse the Access gnomes no end, and the function won't run!

Since you've stated that the Order Date is always today, the general syntax for checking to see if the Required By Date is equal to or before the Order Date, and popping up a warning is this is true, would be something like: If Required By Date The general syntax for calling this function would be Check Date(Req Date) where Req Date is the date you're checking.

So, in the code module for your form, to call the function, assuming your date field is named Required By Date, you'll need this: You should be set now.

Following this example, let's say we would like to automate the date for when a case is received.

Once this property is set for your field, users can skip past this field when doing data entry or modify the date as necessary.

There are actually two boxes that relate to data validation.Hi, I'm completely new to Access and VBA so what I'm asking is probably really simple, anyway: I have an Order form which has two date fields, one for the date the order is placed (today) and one for when the order is required by. Thanks Hi, I'm completely new to Access and VBA so what I'm asking is probably really simple, anyway: I have an Order form which has two date fields, one for the date the order is placed (today) and one for when the order is required by. Thanks Have a look at the DATEDIFF function in Access help or use the search facility on here its fully documented in Access help and will tell you the difference between one and another by which you can then in VBA introduce a simple IF statement to test the logic ie: IF Date Diff("d", [Order Date], [Shipped Date]) =3 THEN Msg Box "There are 3 days between Order Date and Shipped Date", vbinformation,"System Message" END IF Regards Jim :) Have a look at the DATEDIFF function in Access help or use the search facility on here its fully documented in Access help and will tell you the difference between one and another by which you can then in VBA introduce a simple IF statement to test the logic ie: IF Date Diff("d", [Order Date], [Shipped Date]) =3 THEN Msg Box "There are 3 days between Order Date and Shipped Date", vbinformation,"System Message" END IF Regards Jim :) thanks a lot, I had tried various searches on 'date' etc, didn't know about Date Diff, searching on that has given lots of things that look relevant :) what does the "d" mean though?I have to write a function to validate the second so that the user gets a warning if the required by date is earlier than or equal to today. I have to write a function to validate the second so that the user gets a warning if the required by date is earlier than or equal to today. that seems to be in every example I can find from a search on here, so presumably I don't need to change that to anything else?Alternatively, if the field is time-sensitive as well, you can also use the Now() function in place of the Date() function to store both the date and time information.Date functions are also useful for controlling what dates are allowed to be entered into a given Date/Time field.For more examples of validation rules and expressions, please visit the Microsoft Help Topic Create a validation rule to validate data in a field.