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Table column is automatically populating itself

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I searched Google but couldn't find any reference to this one, though
I've observed the behavior before.

The current case is where I select a value in a combo box, which has
a Long Integer as it's bound value. After updating this value and moving
to the next record, the field directly after the combo gets populated with
the same value as the bound column of the combo.

There is no code in the form putting this there. Any ideas?

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Danny J. Lesandrini
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Nov 12 '05 #1
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Ooops ... I found something elsewhere. My combo has a NotInList event
handler that opens a seperate form. That form, when it closes, sets the
focus to the next field. It seems that process is causing it to populate.

Anyhow, despite the fact that removing that setfocus solves my problem,
I really have seen this behavior before with access 2000.
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Danny J. Lesandrini
dl*********@hotmail.com
http://amazecreations.com/datafast
"Danny J. Lesandrini" <dl*********@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:br************@ID-82595.news.uni-berlin.de...
I searched Google but couldn't find any reference to this one, though
I've observed the behavior before.

The current case is where I select a value in a combo box, which has
a Long Integer as it's bound value. After updating this value and moving
to the next record, the field directly after the combo gets populated with
the same value as the bound column of the combo.

There is no code in the form putting this there. Any ideas?

--
Danny J. Lesandrini
dl*********@hotmail.com
http://amazecreations.com/datafast

Nov 12 '05 #2

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