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hi !
I have a button on mainform(F1) to open subform (F2).
The problem is when i press the button for opening F2 to record, then i
close F2, come back F1, the button is PUSHED STATUS.
i want to see the button rised for next action.

any help with thanks !

Oct 25 '06 #1
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luanhoxung wrote:
hi !
I have a button on mainform(F1) to open subform (F2).
The problem is when i press the button for opening F2 to record, then i
close F2, come back F1, the button is PUSHED STATUS.
i want to see the button rised for next action.

any help with thanks !
Are you using a toggle button or a regular command button? Sounds like
you need a command button.

Oct 25 '06 #2

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i'm using toggle button.
i want it is always in rised status after i press it.
how do i get this ??
Luan from VietNam

Oct 25 '06 #3

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"luanhoxung" <lu********@yahoo.comwrote in
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i'm using toggle button.
i want it is always in rised status after i press it.
how do i get this ??
Luan from VietNam
change the toggle button to a command button.

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Oct 25 '06 #4

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sorry !
Maybe i dont say clearly.
i use a togglelink button to open subform.
i tried with
.Defaulvalue = 0
or .refresh = true
but it seem not effectively. it is pushed status.
how can make it raise ?
any ideas ?
thanks.
Luan from VietNam

Oct 26 '06 #5

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