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Q1. What is the main goal of the video tutorial?
A. To create a new date picker tool from scratch
B. To make the date picker automatically pop up when the form opens
C. To add multiple fields to a form
D. To design a new form layout

Q2. Which event does Shloma report as not working for triggering the date picker on form load?
A. GotFocus event
B. OnCurrent event
C. Form Unload event
D. Form Click event

Q3. What is the correct line of code to open the date picker when a control gets focus?
A. DoCmd.RunCommand accmdShowDatepicker
B. DoCmd.ShowDatePicker accmdRunCommand
C. DoCmd.SetFocus ShowDatePicker
D. RunCommand accmdFocusPicker

Q4. Why doesn’t the GotFocus event work as intended when placed in the Form_Load event?
A. The form must be saved first
B. The form does not recognize GotFocus as a valid event
C. GotFocus does not fire unless manually triggered by the user
D. The date picker tool is not compatible with the Form_Load event

Q5. Which event was successfully used to automatically open the date picker after form load?
A. OnClick event
B. OnTimer event
C. OnActivate event
D. OnDoubleClick event

Q6. How would you set the timer interval to run a command 100 milliseconds after a form loads?
A. Me.TimerInterval = 100
B. Me.SetInterval = 100
C. Me.OnInterval = 100
D. Me.TimerStart = 100

Q7. What is one reason given for preferring the Timer event over SendKeys?
A. Timer event is simpler to code
B. Timer event is more reliable for automation
C. Timer event does not need any extra control properties
D. SendKeys cannot be used in VBA

Q8. What additional step is recommended when using the OnTimer event to prevent it from running continuously?
A. Disable the control manually
B. Reset the TimerInterval to zero
C. Remove the GotFocus event
D. Close and reopen the form

Q9. What should be used if you want the date picker to pop up not only when the form opens, but also when moving from record to record?
A. OnLoad event
B. OnCurrent event
C. OnOpen event
D. OnActivate event

Q10. What does the presenter recommend if the standard date picker tool is too bland or limited?
A. Creating a new VBA module for the date picker
B. Using their custom date time picker template
C. Looking for different software
D. Installing third-party date picker tools

Answers: 1-B; 2-C; 3-A; 4-C; 5-B; 6-A; 7-B; 8-B; 9-B; 10-B

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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