Form Events

Posted on 1998-10-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-04
I have a series of forms embedded in a tab control of a master form. What I would like to know is  what event is executed when a form becomes visible on the tab control?
Tahnks for your help.
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By forms, you will means frames?

For forms, you could trap the events in the following order :

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The only event I can get to execute is the Load event when the master frame becomes visible. I am using MSAccess, will this affect the events?
    Also at what point is the activate event executed?
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I don't know the order under Access, but under VB, the order of execution is


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Thanks for your help.

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