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I have a Form that is a list of dates, and a subForm that is all the projects worked on for a given date, with the hours for each.
I would like to have a field on my main form that is the total hours on a given date, and I would like this field updated whenever the hours for a project on that date is updated. I have tried some VBA code in the "After Update" box on the subForm, but that does not seam to be working.
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