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Best way to loop thru controls on a form recursively?

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What is the most efficient way to loop thru all the controls on a form including controls within container controls?

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Question by:BlakeMcKenna
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger) earned 500 total points
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	Public Sub LoopThroughControls(container As Control)

		For Each ctl As Control In container.Controls
			'Do your stuff here...
			If ctl.Controls.Count > 0 Then
				LoopThroughControls(ctl)
			End If
			'... or here
		Next

	End Sub

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A form is a Control, so you can send your form to that method, and it will recursively calls itself back when you encounter a Control that contains other Controls.
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Thanks James...exactly what I was looking for!
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