My question has to do with deconstructing an existing Access 2007 form that works quite well. I believe the form at which I'm looking was created using an automated Wizard, but I can't find any Wizard behind the Curtain pulling any strings. The form has a series of toggle buttons at the bottom of the form, labeled "A" through "Z", and each time I press on one of the buttons, the main dropdown menu is reset to the first item that begins with the selected letter.
My question is "How?" When I look at the form in design mode, I see that none of the toggle buttons have any event associated with them. They are seemingly disassociated with the dropdown, although I am sarcastic when I say "seemingly" because they obviously do exert influence. Each Toggle Button has a name "Filter E", "Filter T", etc., and each has an Option Value connected to the placement of that letter in the alphabet ("Filter E" = 5; "Fiter T" = 20; etc.). Beyond this, I see nothing inherent in the form that does its work, although it clearly is.
For greater clarity, I'm including an image of one of the Toggle buttons and its properties.
Many thanks, ~Peter Ferber