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Q1. What is the purpose of creating a global function for the date picker in Access?
A. To reduce the amount of coding needed throughout the database
B. To make the database run faster
C. To enable multi-user access to the date picker form
D. To increase the security of the date selection process

Q2. What does the 'AC Dialog' window mode do when opening a form in VBA in Access?
A. It minimizes all other open windows in the database
B. It allows the user to open multiple instances of the form
C. It halts VBA processing until the user closes that form
D. It resizes the form to fit within a predefined area

Q3. How is the selected date from the date picker form returned to a calling function?
A. By assigning it to a temp var and then to the function's return value
B. By direct assignment from the date picker form's field to the calling function
C. By using a query to fetch the date from the form
D. By copying and pasting the date into the desired location

Q4. What change is suggested to ensure that the date picker pop-up form appears centered over the application window in multi-monitor setups?
A. To hardcode the form's position in pixels
B. To use the Moveable property of the form
C. To contact the Access team to address the issue
D. To always drag the form to the center before using it

Q5. What is the main advantage of using the getDatePicker function in the way it's implemented in the video?
A. It allows for the date field to have a static value
B. It enforces consistency of date formatting across the database
C. It enables simplified code for assigning dates to fields in the database
D. It prevents users from picking past dates

Q6. What is the difference between placing a date value in the 'control source' versus the 'default value' for a field in Access?
A. Control source binds the field permanently to that date, default value allows for changes later
B. Control source allows for future edits, default value does not
C. Default value is always today's date, control source can be any date
D. Control source dictates the field's format, default value determines the starting value

Q7. What additional functionality is introduced in the extended cut for members?
A. Adding a quick-pick calendar
B. Implementing range selection of dates
C. Adding a cancel button and bringing the starting field value into the date picker
D. Allowing the function to handle time values as well as dates

Answers: 1-A; 2-C; 3-A; 4-C; 5-C; 6-A; 7-C;

DISCLAIMER: Quiz questions are AI generated. If you find any that are wrong, don't make sense, or aren't related to the video topic at hand, then please post a comment and let me know. Thanks.

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