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Posted on 1998-03-21
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When moving from one MDI-child to another i don´t want some LostFocus events to be fired. I use the    
=> If Screen.ActiveForm.hWnd <> Me.hWnd Then Exit Sub
on some controls but how to do this i i have a ActiveX-Control in a MDI-Child and the ActiveX-Control contins a grid where i don´t want the SS_LeaveCell event to be fired.

I have try with this sample but the Screen.ActiveForm is not set when I am in the grid in the ActiveX-Control.

Private Sub SS_LeaveCell(ByVal Col As Long, ByVal Row As Long, ByVal NewCol As Long, ByVal NewRow As Long, Cancel As Boolean)

    If UserControl.Parent.hWnd <> Screen.ActiveForm.hWnd Then Exit Sub
    'My other code after this....
      
End Sub
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Acid_Buzz earned 50 total points
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Try to use a boolean property, replacing Scree.ActiveForm.. set it to true when form gotfocus or form is activate and false when form lost focus.. this is more easy to know how the form is activate..
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by:jannea
ID: 1459538
Sorry Buzz, I´ll been gone for a while...

OK but, how to from my OCX find out the hWnd of the form who´s contain my OCX, that´s my mainproblem...
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