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Posted on 2002-07-25
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If I  know name of textbox .And it's contain in some string.

For example,
dim str1 as String
str1="Text1" ' (Name of TextBox)
Now ,how can I get all the properties of this textbox?
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Question by:irina_1973
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by:ventond
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Forget str1.

Text1.text - The visible test
Text1.Backcolor
Text1.Left


etc
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by:ventond
ID: 7177663
To clarify you might say something like

str1 = Text1.Text
or
Text1.Text = str1

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by:marconovaro
ID: 7177682

You can access the text1 control using the "controls" collection. For instance, if you have a form and a textBox named Text1, you can use something like this:

Me.Controls("Text1").Text = "ABC"

to access the properties of the textbox named "Text1". If you have that name on a string, you can use:

Me.Controls(myStringName).<Property>

Hope this helps....
Marco
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by:irina_1973
ID: 7177781
thanks to everybody
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prakashbitra earned 35 total points
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Me.Controls(str1).Text = <value>

will work try this..
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by:ventond
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Prakashbitra,
   Yes, it will work. But why do all that extra typing?(And make the computer do the extra work?)

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by:marconovaro
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My answer was correct, too :(
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