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post Oct 24 2015, 06:49 AM

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post Feb 26 2016, 10:40 AM

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This is confusing:
where "myFieldVar" might be a variable you've used to store the name of a field or control for the user name and "New User Name" is the value of that user name field/control)

The following syntax works if myFieldVar is the name of a string or variant variable that has been assigned a text value. I suppose it would work if it was a field value. But I can't see where the approach would be used. Why assign a value to a variable, then turn around and use that value as the name of a TempVar?

TempVars.Add myFieldVar, "Test"
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