troubleshooting Question

Must ... lose ... focus...

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Jim HornFlag for United States of America asked on
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Access subform, with a bunch of controls, and a label the size of the whole subform that says 'No records found.'

If Form.Open VBA code determines that there is a record, makes label.visible = false, all other controls.visible = true
If Form.Open VBA code determines that there is no record, makes label.visible = true, all other controls.visible = false

Problem is, one control will always have the focus,  so in my quest to make all other controls.visible = false, one must have the focus, therefore will always be active.

Question:  How do you set a form such that no control control that can have the focus, has the focus?

TIA
-Jim
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