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get data from row on a subform in access

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I have a subform on a main form and i have used the double click event on the row of the subform, what I want to do is grab the string in that row, how do I do that in vba?
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Question by:PeterBaileyUk
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by:PeterBaileyUk
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i tried this but this only reveals the record number:
WordArray() = Split(Me.CurrentRecord)
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by:PeterBaileyUk
ID: 40354022
ok i worked it out

WordArray() = Me.[DecodeResult].Value


so maybe the question can be closed by moderator.
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WordArray() = split(Me.[DecodeResult].Value)
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by:Gustav Brock
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Yes. Just click Request Attention top-right.

/gustav
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by:PeterBaileyUk
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well again short thrift from a moderator this time, I really don't understand why i get the "telling off" if you don't want me on here then make a payment adjustment and close the account. I don't know all the rules.

Certainly a bit of courtesy to the people who pay wouldn't go amiss.

If you all carry on this way you will drive the payers away.
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by:PeterBaileyUk
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And I just went to close it myself as "ordered" and it wants me to justify the decision. Now are you getting the conflict here. I dont win.
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by:Gustav Brock
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Sorry, forgot that.
I don't post that many questions myself, and normally just close them marking as answered.

Peter, don't forget some of us pay with our time.

/gustav
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by:PeterBaileyUk
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I never forget the experts generosity of time, that's why I always treat them with courtesy. The mods reply was appalling.
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by:Gustav Brock
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Then feel lucky this isn't UtterAccess. It's like driven by a sect, and pitty you should you step sideways. The priests will cut your hands or ban you.
At EE a decent staff runs the shop. And they communicate like ordinary people.

/gustav
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by:PeterBaileyUk
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Well i've made my feeling clear on this. I couldn't do right for doing wrong. His or her reply comes across as "don't waste my time calling me with this nonsense"

Moderate yes but not like that.
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by:Gustav Brock
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OK, but forgive. I'm sure it wasn't meant that way.

/gustav
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by:PeterBaileyUk
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Absolutely nothing wrong with forgiveness but what bugs me more is the air of arrogance of the moderator. They dont apologise or anything but I guess if they think they are god.
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by:PeterBaileyUk
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i worked it out
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