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DD
I am using x2 togglebuttons on a mainform with a tabform that has x2
subforms on the tabform.
toggle1 opens suborder and toggle2 opens subinvoice

As the toggle do not have a click event i am stuck when i want to make
other fields visible and when i enter into suborder i can not get the
entry to carry over to the subinvoice with out closing and opening..on
abutton i would simply place the following code DoCmd.DoMenuItem
acFormBar, acRecordsMenu, acSaveRecord, , acMenuVer70
this wont work on the toggle
any ideas..
Nov 12 '05 #1
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I am using x2 togglebuttons on a mainform with a tabform that has x2
subforms on the tabform.
toggle1 opens suborder and toggle2 opens subinvoice

As the toggle do not have a click event i am stuck when i want to make
other fields visible and when i enter into suborder i can not get the
entry to carry over to the subinvoice with out closing and opening..on
abutton i would simply place the following code DoCmd.DoMenuItem
acFormBar, acRecordsMenu, acSaveRecord, , acMenuVer70
this wont work on the toggle
any ideas..


If you are using the ToggleButtons inside of an OptionFrame then you would use
the Change event of the OptionFrame itself. The Value of the frame will tell
you which of the two ToggleButtons was pressed.
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