I have an access application where I moved a form from opening after a login form to opening from a main switchboard style form. Now when running the form I get invalid use of property on the below function. I have not changed the references only created a button on the switchboard form to open it...
Private Sub Comment_LostFocus()
Try the following:
* New form
* create two textboxes, Text0, and another
* create the following event procedure for Text0's LostFocus event (the form is called Form1)
Private Sub Text0_LostFocus()
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