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Close another database from within a separate database.

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Have to call up a 2nd database from within the first.
Can open the 2nd database no problem, but when
the user is done with the 2nd database and closes the form,
or exits the 2nd database,
how can I move the focus back to the 1st database, close
the 2nd database, and have the form in the 1st
database restored to it's original position?
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Take a look at the TSOON utility (Trigeminal Shut One, Open Next) at:
http://www.trigeminal.com/lang/1033/...asp?ItemID=8#8

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Have to call up a 2nd database from within the first.
Can open the 2nd database no problem, but when
the user is done with the 2nd database and closes the form,
or exits the 2nd database,
how can I move the focus back to the 1st database, close
the 2nd database, and have the form in the 1st
database restored to it's original position?

Nov 13 '05 #2

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