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Mirsoft access - How do I jump to a field (easy)

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Hi,

I have a form with a "button".
What code do I use to make the cursor "jump" to a field on the form when the button is clicked.

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Use the controls .setfocus
myform.mycontrol.setfocus
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Did you try Neils's comment? It should work.
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