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getting control states between forms

Posted on 1998-07-08
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I have two forms. Form1 has several checkboxes. I want to write some code that is tied to buttons on form2.
If on form2 I write:
      If Form1.Checkbox1.value = 1 Then
        ....
      End if

This should allow me to check the value of Checkbox1 on Form1, but it does not work for me. What I am I missing?


 
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englm,
Make sure form1 is not unloaded.
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Dalin
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