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I have a project with VBA and i want to re-write it with VB 2003 but i can't
find the equivalent of event "Current" (Form_Current -- vba) in VB 2003.

Can anyone help me please.

Many thanks.
Feb 7 '08 #1
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"TrueColors" <cy*********@yahoo.frschrieb:
>I have a project with VBA and i want to re-write it with VB 2003 but i
can't find the equivalent of event "Current" (Form_Current -- vba) in VB
2003.
Which object are you referring to? Excel VBA's UserForm doesn't have a
'Current' event, for example. In addition, when is this event raised?

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Feb 7 '08 #2

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If you are using Access, then the Form_Current event is fired each time a new
record is loaded into the form's fields (as a response to the user navigating
through the data).

VB 2003 is not going to have a directly equivalent event. You could create a
sub that accomplishes what you want to happen and then call that sub from
each control which somehow navigates through the data.

Without a more specific description of what you are trying to accomplish,
that's the best advice I can give.

"TrueColors" wrote:
I have a project with VBA and i want to re-write it with VB 2003 but i can't
find the equivalent of event "Current" (Form_Current -- vba) in VB 2003.

Can anyone help me please.

Many thanks.
Feb 7 '08 #3

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