Any additional feedback? Retired Moderator Posts: 19, Joined: July The main form still navigates to the record. GoToControl first. You can't use the GoToControl macro action to move the focus to a control on a hidden form. Find More Posts by simcha Because it's a subform you'd have to use the full reference, not just the name of the form. Find More Posts by apr pillai. The following validation macro checks the postal codes entered in a Suppliers form.
I'm trying to set the focus to a control on a subform, which is on a tab control. Do I need to reference the tab control? The current focus is on. Jun 15PM. Post#1 GoToControl "maptype" Else End If DoCmd.
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and subform is called "OrderDetailsSubform" with the field named "ProductID". › › Object model › DoCmd object › Methods.
You can move the focus only to a visible control or form.
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Syntax expression. SetFocus expression A variable that represents a SubForm object. Please Wait Okay, two things 1. Jun 15PM.
You can also move to a control on a subform by using.
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expression A variable that represents a SubForm object. Have questions or feedback about Office VBA or this documentation?
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Please see. Dear reader, How can I jump from a field in the master Form to a field in the sub Form. I have tread ntrol (Forms!
This macro should be attached to the Add Products button on the Suppliers form. Autoupdate textbox after clicking on command button. FieldName But it doesn't work.
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Skip Submit. Hello, For anyone who comes across this thread here is my method for solving this problem The bangs are messed up here. Thread Tools.
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Sorry, can't post this DB Thx. SetFocus Interestingly, you can perform those two SetFocuses in either order: subform then control, or control then subform. Welcome to UtterAccess!
Have questions or feedback about Office VBA or this documentation? GoToControl "productid".