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Macro / Module Runs when Clicking on Form

Posted on 2011-03-11
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I'm using Access 2007.

I've developed a database and form that allows users to enter a path and file name into a text box.  I then have 3 buttons on the form.  The first button calls a process to import the text file into the database.  The remaining buttons run 2 different reports.

Everything is working fine.

The problem I have is that if I click anywhere on the white space of the form (not one of the buttons), one of my macros gets called.  It's almost like there is some kind of 'Form_Click()' event somewhere.  Why is this happening and how can I correct it?
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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in the design view of the form,
see if there is an entry in the click event of the Form and Detail section of the form
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by:tfewster500
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Perfect!  Not sure how, I must have put an event in there by accident.  Thanks
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