Private Sub AddRecurring()
Dim oGift As CGift
Set oGift = New CGift
.Fields(GIFT_fld_Constit_ID) = 751
.Fields(GIFT_fld_Type) = "Recurring Gift"
.Fields(GIFT_fld_Amount) = 20
.Fields(GIFT_fld_Fund) = "Computer Lab Fund"
.Fields(GIFT_fld_Date) = "05/01/2009"
.Fields(GIFT_fld_Installment_Frequency) = "Monthly" 'For an ANNUAL gift, set oGift.Fields(GIFT_fld_Premium_Frequency) = "Annually"
.Fields(GIFT_fld_Schedule_DayOfMonth) = 1
.Fields(GIFT_fld_Schedule_Spacing) = 1
.Fields(GIFT_fld_Schedule_MonthlyOrdinal) = "First"
.Fields(GIFT_fld_Schedule_MonthlyDayOfWeek) = "Monday"
.Fields(GIFT_fld_Schedule_Date_1st_Pay) = "6/1/2010"
Set oGift = Nothing
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