I was actually able to make it work with this.. sort of.
"MMM DD, YYYY") + 60), "MMM DD, YYYY")elsenullendifThe problem I am
working on is that when a date is input that is in the past, the year
defaults to 1900. So, I’m really close, just have to figure out what I’m
missing.Thank you so much for your help!!!Sincerely,Kasey EatonLoan
I am stuck on one thing. I have a radio button that is clicked that will
bring up certain fields. I have included the hidden/visible fields that
work just fine. I have a check box further down that when clicked brings
up certain fields based on the radio button mentioned. I have hidden the
fields and coded to hide the fields and show the fields where necessary.
But, I need the fields related to the checkbox to execute the same
instructions as the radio button. If 1 is true for the radio button, ...
I need to create a new date based on a user input date by adding a
specific number of days. I am just unsure how to reference the field
that has the user input date and then add the number of days to create a
new date. I hope that makes sense. Thank you!!
I am trying to calculate the difference in minutes between one
autocalculated field to another autocalculated field. Is this even
possible? I have tried many different codes found online but I am unsure
how to reference the specific fields. This is the autocalc code for both
fields:$.rawValue = Concat(Num2Date(Date(), "M/DD/YY"), " ",
Num2Time(Time(), "h:MM"))Any thoughts?Thank you!!!