Control Arrays

I have a control array of several text
boxes. I have deleted text1(5) (for example) and I had 10 text boxes - ie
text1(1)
text1(2)
.
.
.
text1(10)

I want to now bump the text boxes from
6 to 10 down to 5 to 9.
(The reason for this is that they are on
seperate tabs - I can't simply delete number 10 and put in a new 5 - since I'd end up having to do what I am avoiding - being I don't want to have to delete all the boxes and remake them on the forms as they should be)

Anyone know if this is possible?
If so - How?

Ché
David



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Jeremy_DCommented:
select textbox number 6, and in the properties tab change the 'index' property from 6 to 5. Then select textbox number 7 and change it's index property to 6. Go on with this until you've changed the 10th to number 9 and you're done!
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woottondAuthor Commented:
Thanks!
Missed that property - :)
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Jeremy_DCommented:
You're welcome :->
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Jeremy_DCommented:
Man! we must be psychics. I actually answered this question 55 minutes before you asked it %-}
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woottondAuthor Commented:
LOL

You're from the East too?
I'm now Central as you can see - temporarily - work related
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Jeremy_DCommented:
Depends on where you're looking from. From the UK or USA, I would be in the East, but from everything East of The Netherlands, I would be in the West ;-)
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Jeremy_DCommented:
Just goofing around here, I'm at GMT+1. Still have to find out how that trick with the early times works. Could get you a lot of points that way :->
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