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i have three comboboxes ,and i have button called search,when i click on search button, should open subform , please help me , i am new to visual basic , please send me the code for search fuunction
Apr 2 '07 #1
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iburyak
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Your question is so vague. What do you expect to see on a sub form?

I assume your search button should search comboboxes for a search value.

Where search value will be entered.

Are you comfortable in using APIs for example SendMessage API.

This API searches a combobox and finds closest match.
Apr 2 '07 #2
11jengland
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How would I allow the user to enter lower case letters. How could I do it so it doesn't matter what the user does, as long as the letters are right. CT, ct, Ct, cT should all be allowed, for example.

What if you centered the numbers in the boxes and labels?
Apr 2 '07 #3
iburyak
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Use following to make search case insensitive.

[PHP]Lcase(Trim(Comb obox1.text))[/PHP]


Good Luck.
Apr 2 '07 #4

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