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Check for any enabled field data not entered

Posted on 2002-05-14
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Hi i want to do a loop with condition, to check for all enabled field are enter with data before proceed with next step (cos i have disabled some field). And it will prompt a msg box to re enter the blank field and when press okay will go back to the previous form
My field including option button, text box and combo box.

Thanks in advance
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CarlJWhite earned 50 total points
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This code will loop through the controls on you form and if they are a combo box/textbox/option and contain no data then display a message box. for the option button it checks whether it has been selected.

hope it helps

Dim ctl As Control
Dim blnError As Boolean
Dim strErrMessage As String

strErrMessage = "Please fill in these fields" & vbCrLf



For Each ctl In Form1
       
        If ctl.Enabled = True Then
        If (TypeOf ctl Is TextBox) Then
           If ctl.Text = "" Then
               strErrMessage = strErrMessage + ctl.Name & vbCrLf
               blnError = True
           End If
        End If
        If (TypeOf ctl Is ComboBox) Then
          If ctl.Text = "" Then
               strErrMessage = strErrMessage + ctl.Name & vbCrLf
               blnError = True
           End If
        End If
        If (TypeOf ctl Is OptionButton) Then
          If ctl.Value = False Then
               strErrMessage = strErrMessage + ctl.Name & vbCrLf
               blnError = True
           End If
        End If
       
        End If
 
 Next ctl


If blnError = True Then
MsgBox strErrMessage
End If
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