troubleshooting Question

How can I enable/disable multiple fields with one click in Access 2010?

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Cesar AracenaFlag for Argentina asked on
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Hi guys,

I have a form that displays lots of data. Those fields are disabled by default but I want the user to be able to edit them by pressing a button. Right now I'm putting a line for each field in the "Click" event of the button (i.e. Me.FirstName.Enabled = True) but it's driving me insane.

Isn't there a fastest way to tell Access to turn all those disabled fields to enabled at once? I've searched for a method like "DisabledFields" but there's none of that. I've also tried grouping but groups don't have names so... nothing.

Thanks in advance!
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