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Does Access HELP have a list of events that are constantly being scanned for on background forms?

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MLH
I can't find a list of events that are constantly monitored
on background forms in A97. What I'm wondering is if
there are events that are NOT being scanned for on
forms running in the background. Say you have 4 forms
open. Only 1 is the active form. What sort of activity or
event monitoring is going on in the other forms.
Nov 3 '07 #1
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On Fri, 02 Nov 2007 21:08:03 -0400, MLH <CR**@NorthState.netwrote:

Not sure you understand how events work. Typically they are generated
upon a user action. Indeed, programmatically writing a value into a
text control will NOT trigger the Change event, while typing in same
text control will trigger that event.
Exceptions include the Timer event.
If you really want to know: put a Debug.Print statement in each event
procedure.

-Tom.

>I can't find a list of events that are constantly monitored
on background forms in A97. What I'm wondering is if
there are events that are NOT being scanned for on
forms running in the background. Say you have 4 forms
open. Only 1 is the active form. What sort of activity or
event monitoring is going on in the other forms.
Nov 3 '07 #2

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