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Undo record update ?

Posted on 1998-09-16
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i have a vb program attached to an access table.
How to write codes to undo any changes i;ve made
in one record. For example , name : first i key in John,
then i delete it and type in Maria. I need a button that
when clicked will undo maria to john back. thanks.
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Make a buffer such as a text box (non visible)
or a variable that will John and save it then if you typed
Maria and want to undo just click on the command that will
get john back and update.
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A simple example:

=========Code start =========

Option Explicit
Dim A

Private Sub Command1_Click()
Text1.Text = A
End Sub

Private Sub Command2_Click()
Dim X
A = Text1.Text
X = InputBox("Enter a Name", "Update")
Text1.Text = X
End Sub

======== Code End ==========
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