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Call control in main form from subform

Posted on 2003-12-09
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What is the syntax for this?  My control is public.

Thanks for your help.  Please let me know if there are questions.

IPT
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Forms!F_Form1!F_Form1_Sub.Form![Control Name].Value
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stevbe earned 300 total points
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Parent in a built in key word for the main form, then add the name of the control and you should be all set

Me.Parent.YouControlNameHere

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by:iptrader
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Steve, I tried that prior to posting question but it did not work.  Any other suggestions?

Thanks for your help.
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by:iptrader
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Steve, never mind...one of my form properties was set incorrectly...thanks for your help and enjoy the points!

Best,

IPT
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by:stevbe
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thanks ... hope to see you back soon :-)
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