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passing listview item to another form

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I have 1 form to insert products into the database and 1 form to look up the
products. The second form can also delete products. I also have an update
button on the second form. What I would like to do would be to click update
and the product form would pop up with all the product information in the
corresponding text boxes. If this can't be done, maybe I'll need an easier
way to update.
Nov 21 '05 #1
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the_cheat wrote:
I have 1 form to insert products into the database and 1 form to look up the
products. The second form can also delete products. I also have an update
button on the second form. What I would like to do would be to click update
and the product form would pop up with all the product information in the
corresponding text boxes. If this can't be done, maybe I'll need an easier
way to update.

Why don't you just have on form do the whole thing? With different
command buttons you could look up, edit, add, update, and delete. Don't
forget the New button that clears the text boxes.

Tom
Nov 21 '05 #2

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Well I don't want to do it all on one form because it would have to be a huge
form. On my product form I have 15 columns and on the vendor form I have 8.
I know it's a lot easier with one form but it would be way to big and
cluttered this way.

I know this can be done.
Nov 21 '05 #3

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