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stapes
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How do I test for a blank (single space)?

I have tried this:

TextInput1_DeliveryDriversName.Text = " "

It is flagged as Incompatible Type. I have tried wrapping them both in Text() - to no avail.

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timl
Super User
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Hi @stapes 

Could you screenshot or share where you're using this formula?

The 'incompatible type' error may refer to how you're using this formula, rather than the expression itself which looks correct to me.

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