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I have a form with only one Command Button.  When the user clicks the button, I execute a sub which sets Command1.Enabled = False.  Before the sub returns, I re-enable the Command1 button.
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If the user clicks the button while it is disabled, the sub will execute again upon return.  Why is this? I thought disabling a control prevented the click event from entering the event queue.  Any suggestions?
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by:Cardo
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Have you tried putting a DoEvents in your code before you re-enable the button.  Incase it is queuing things until it gets a chance to process them?

Cardo......
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by:Erick37
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Thanks Cardo, that was the problem.  Submit it as an answer for the points.
Regards, Eric
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please close the question
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