Access MouseUp Event not triggering

Posted on 2011-10-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
This feels like a silly question, given my experience, but I cannot figure out what I'm missing.

I'm trying to trigger the MouseUp event on a datasheet subform, that resides on a normal form.  I have KeyPreview = Yes on both forms.  I have tried both MouseUp on the Detail section and Form events of the datasheet, but neither gets triggered.  [Event Procedure] is on the event properties and is linked to the code module.

Any ideas?
Question by:culminIT
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    Accepted Solution

    Call the Form.MouseUp event on the control's MouseUp event as well.

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