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Dynamic Button For Each Record And Event Behind it

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Hi Guys, First of All, Hi to Everybody. This is my first post here and hope to have long time with you guys. SO Coming to the point. I am new in Access and lots of things to cope with.

At the momment I am trying to build a sunform that is linked to the main form and what I want to do is for contenuous form is to Create a Command button for each record and pressing that button shoud update that record for some specific criteria. SO In short How can we Dynamically create a cmdButton For each Record and How to write its event that could be linked towards that specific record it is linked with(the row it is in).

Or if having a Check box is an option. Please direct because I dont know either how to do that.
Sep 17 '06 #1
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PEB
1,418 Expert 1GB
Hi,

In fact it is possible to accompish this task...

But what information would you like to have in your records that will refer to different events, functions and procedures?

Maybe you will have a hyperlink information???

Please tell us more...

:)
Sep 17 '06 #2
abidh
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Thanks for replying. Actually I have two different things to do.

one is for every Command button pressed should the corrsponding row have some values updated. Some shown on the subform NOW and some in the back ground.

Second I am not even sure how can man have one button on the form and instead of command buttons to put check boxes in front of each record and one command button to look through all and updated only corrsponding records where check box checked or not.

I have tried to use the clink event of check box for the following code
if checkbox1 = true then
Update abc....
else
Update xyz...
end if

problem is this time I am updating the same record that is in this row and I get error that this record is already being used.

So Above mentioned are two different situations.
i am sorry for mixing two things but it is same problem that i am trying to solve in best possible way.

Waitting for your advice. Cheers.
Sep 18 '06 #3
PEB
1,418 Expert 1GB
Hi,

It's good to you use bound check box in your continious form!

In After Update Event you can Update your fields! Exemple

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  1. If Me![Checkbox}=True then
  2. Me![Field1]="abc"
  3. else
  4. Me![Field1]="cdef"
  5. end if
  6.  
:)
Sep 19 '06 #4

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