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Is it possible to implement a triple click in MS Access 2007 Form

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Hi,
Our user wanted a triple click event on MS Access 2007 form to imitate the cell phone text input.

How to implement a triple click in MS Access 2007 Form?

Thanks,

Luchuan
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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There is no such event..
can you explain what you want to do?
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Hi capricorn1:

We are building a touch screen application using MS Access 2007. For text fields on the form, our users
want to have a "Simple" keyboard(A pop up form).
   For example, a button with Caption ABC - Single click is A, double click is B, triple click is C.

Thanks for help.

Luchuan
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