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Combobox Lostfocus problem

Posted on 2014-10-06
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I have a combobox and am using the lostfocus to prompt for saving,but
don't want the lost focus to prompt for saving if the user clicks the save button.
How can this be done ?
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Question by:isnoend2001
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by:Martin Liss
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If Screen.ActiveControl.Name = "blah" Then
    ' Do something (or don't do something)
End If

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In other words.

Private Sub Combo1_LostFocus()
If Screen.ActiveControl.Name <> "Command1" Then
    ' Do save processing
End If
End Sub

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by:isnoend2001
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Thanks works perfect MartinLiss
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You're welcome.
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