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i have a menu assigned on a form. i have a button on the same form that inserts a new row in a datawindow.

I want from the clicked event of the menu to call the cliecked event of the button

like this call button1_clicked()

how is this possible?
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Question by:stefanosn
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are you lloking for
cb_OK.TriggerEvent(Clicked!)
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by:stefanosn
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sajuks cb_1.TriggerEvent(Clicked!) this gave me
Undefined variable : cb_1
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by:stefanosn
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i found it. It was like this

form_name.button_name.TriggerEvent(Clicked!)

selected.cb_1.TriggerEvent(Clicked!)

thanks sajuks
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