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How to pop up the form as the dialog for user input?

Posted on 2008-06-24
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Hi Experts,

I need to pop up a form as a dialog box to allow users to key in information that later will be written into Access tables. How can I do it using VBA? I want this form to be invisible as default. Only upon certain conditions that I want it to pop up. Can anyone help provide the codes for me to pop up the form?

Thanks a lot!
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