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Calling the load event of my subform

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How can I manually "call" the load event of my subform from my main form?

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SeanStrickland earned 500 total points
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In the form itself, make sure Form_Load() is set to Public.
Public Sub Form_Load()
'... your code here...
End Sub


In your separate module... call using this:
Forms![Main Form Name Here]![subform control name].Form.Form_Load


I believe that should work.
Sean
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by:snyperj
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It was the first ".Form" in  "Form.Form_Load" I was missing... Thanks!
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