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Pulling out Forms and table from another DB

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If I pull a form and relating tables from one DB to another..will the code follow?
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by:Eirman
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You will have to copy all relevant code separately
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by:ReneD100
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Code that is embedded on the form - yes (assuming you use import/export and not copy/paste)
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by:Jass Saini
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Which one is it..Yes or no.  If I import or export, will it be a permanent form?
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It is definitely a yes. The article posted is also about copy/paste and then you do lose the code. If you export the form to a different access file the code will go along.

If your source uses code located in modules or classes you may need to export/import that as well.

It doesn't matter if you export TO a destination Access file, or open the destination and then import FROM the source.
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Thank You..
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