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My next problem. I have a loop that processes data file. When I find a "bad" record I want to put that data in a grid, allow for editing it and have the user click a button to accept or reject the edits. The grid and buttons are hidden on the form until I am ready for the user. Problem is, I populate the grid and then my program goes along and processes the rest of the data. How can I have the process wait for one of the buttons on the form to be pressed and then keep going?  All of the unhiding and populating is happening in a sub called FixData
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Well, you could pull the grid and buttons out of your current form and put them on another form.

Then when you run into a bad record, populate the grid on this new form and show it like this:

    NewForm.Show 1

That way, your processing will stop until the user edits the item and clicks a button...  The button they click needs to hide the newform so processing can continue...


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by:Dalin
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or you can do something like:
'code for process data
'Somekind of loop
  ' If data problem
 'Put it in grid
' Show the grid and botton
      Do while GridControl (or Botton).Visiable = True
                   DoEvents
            Loop
    ' continue to process  
'end of loop.

However, mcrider's suggestion is a cleaner way of doing it, unless you have something else going on at the sametime
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by:rnshaw
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Well looks like i read this one too late, hehe. The above answers are both exactly what you would do. I would recommend #1 if you dont need to go away from that form, but #2 allows you to open a different form, since adding the 1 after the .show causes the form to become modal.
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by:scotts27
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Thanks! Once again, I was on the right track but had no idea about the 1 on the end to make it modal.. Perefect.
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Yea, you can use the 1 to make it modal, or you can use the keyword VbModal, which is equal to 1.

Thanks for the points! Glad I could help!


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