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I want to send parameters to a procedure such as form_load, how can I do that without using a public vaiable or a public procedure?
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You cant change the Standard from load events.

What I do is Create a Property on the form.

In the General Declarations of a testForm add this

Public EditMode as Boolean

Now before you load your form

TestForm.EditMode=True


You can then use this in the form load event to set the edit mode setup of you form.

Like this

Form Load

If editmode=true then
     TB_Something.visible=false
else
     TB_Something.visible=true
end if





Calling this type of Property does not load the form.

Be Carefull to set it to false when the form closes.

Good Luck

Voodooman!




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