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refresh all open forms

Posted on 2004-09-07
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Hi All!

In a project, I have several forms and at any one time two or more forms can be open. Is there a simple method for refreshing the data on all open forms?

Thanks!
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Question by:silsuba
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Dim frm As Form

For Each frm In CurrentDb.Forms
   frm.Refresh 'Or use frm.Requery, but this will return the form to the first record. It is required to show newly added records
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by:silsuba
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shane;

Looks good, however when I run I get a method or data member found error on the .Forms

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by:silsuba
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Ok.. I got it..  

For Each frm in Forms ..

Works so far.. thanks!
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by:shanesuebsahakarn
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Hmm, is this an ADP?

Try this:

Dim frm As Object
For Each frm In CurrentProject.AllForms
   If SysCmd(acSysCmdGetObjectState,acForm,frm.Name)<>0 Then frm.Refresh
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Does that work?
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by:shanesuebsahakarn
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OK, if that fixes it, that's even better :)
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