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Access with a flickering MSGraph object

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Hi,

I have a MSGraph object on a Access form. MsGraph is placed on a Tab control. The MSGraph is repainted for each change to it. The solutions I have seen so far, rely on that a hWnd property is available, but since MSGraph is inside an OLE object it has no HWnd. There is also a solution to cover the MSGraph.

Anyway, are there any other solutions? Is there any way to stop the control to repaint (like screenupdating in Excel) or to stop the repainting the whole form?

Thanks in advance

B Anders
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docmd.echo false is the same as sreenupdating = false.

I don't know if this helps ??

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Thanks Scott C.

I works much much better.
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Simple solution to a large problem.
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Glad to help.
Have a great day!

Scott C
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