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Moving between forms and other bits

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I am very inexperienced using Access XP can you help please

1.. Macro - leave Form1 by On Exit event
Open Form2

and using the OnActivate event for Form2 Close Form1

Error message results .. why?

2.. Working with recordsets .. can't get started
Dim Db as Database

Results in an Error message 'User defined type not defined' Why?

3.. How do you detect EOF with a recordset


4.. What is the command to get characters from keyboard without displaying
on screen eg. For simple password form?


Many Thanks

Geoff
Nov 12 '05 #1
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If you want help with an error message, you need to include the Error Number
and the text Description. Could you clarify "leave Form1 by OnExit event"?

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I am very inexperienced using Access XP can you help please

1.. Macro - leave Form1 by On Exit event
Open Form2

and using the OnActivate event for Form2 Close Form1

Error message results .. why?

2.. Working with recordsets .. can't get started
Dim Db as Database

Results in an Error message 'User defined type not defined' Why?

3.. How do you detect EOF with a recordset


4.. What is the command to get characters from keyboard without displaying on screen eg. For simple password form?


Many Thanks

Geoff

Nov 12 '05 #2

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