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Me.ControlBox.SetFocus ?

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Can anyone think of a way of doing this?

I have a readonly subform with no active controls but I want to activate the
control box rather than have a field in the next subform activate.

Thanks in advance,

John
Oct 27 '06 #1
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Alt+Hyphen drops the ControlBox for the form, so a nasty solution would be:
SendKeys "%-"

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Can anyone think of a way of doing this?

I have a readonly subform with no active controls but I want to activate
the control box rather than have a field in the next subform activate.

Thanks in advance,

John

Oct 27 '06 #2

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