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Posted on 2008-10-14
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I have a field "Closed" this is a yes/no field, which indicate is the work order is closed or open
in the form i use a toggle button for this field, now i would like to change the caption of the toggle button according to the value of the field, is the field value is yes, show toggle button caption as CLOSED
is the field value is NO show toggle caption as OPEN.
i was using the On click event, but it change the caption for all the records
Any idea how to solve this
best regards
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Question by:titorober23
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If this is a Continuous form or datasheet view ... you won't be able to do this, since there is really just one control.

You might try using Conditional Formatting on one of the fields to indicate this.

mx
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how is the conditional formatting
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft MVP, Access and Data Platform) earned 600 total points
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This does not work with single view form
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