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Lets say I have 20 forms in my MS Access 2003 adp application.

What VBA would I use to access a control on a particular sub-subform from a button click on ANY other form?

The Forms name is MarketingVisitationClientContactsWorklist
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Public sub name_of_your_sub()

    Your code

End Sub

Then call name_of_your_sub within the clock event of your buttons.
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Assume frm has subfrm and the control ctl on that subform.
To access ctl:

Forms!rm!subfrm!ctl

Forms!MarketingVisitationClientContactsWorklist!SubFormControlWithinform!controlOnSubForm
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Clock is supposed to be click
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thnks
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