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Selecting a row in Subform

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frmOrderDetails is a subform on frmOrders.

I would like to be able to select a row in frmOrderDetails and

copy/send it to a new order/returning order.

Now I have a copy function that already copy the existing order with
its orderdetails from frmOrderDetails, into a new order with a new

I also return, at this moment, the whole order by simply giving it a
running return number and mark it by a checkbox on the form, as
to the user and the IRS.

So, if a customer has placed an order and would like to change only
one item, I should be able to send only the chosen item (from
frmOrderDetails) to a new order or a returned order.

I could, I guess, cycle through the frmOrderDetails by:

dim intListCounter as Integer, intListItem as integer

intListItem = Me!lstMyList.Items.Count - 1

for intListCounter = 0 to etc, etc...

However, would this be a good way to do it?

Any comments/suggestions?

Nov 13 '05 #1
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