Better way of writing the code

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Hello,

  Is there a better of writing this code rather than repetition:

    If Me.BtnEditRecordHotelID.Enabled = True Then
                    ClsFrmMain.FormatMessage(3, "HotelID Update : ", "", "HotelID Update")
                Else
                    ClsFrmMain.FormatMessage(3, "HotelID Update : ", "", "HotelID Update")
                    Exit Sub
                End If

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Commented:
since it looks as if you're formating is the same why not pull it out of the if and just exit the sub if the Me.BtnEditRecordHotelID.Enable is false


ClsFrmMain.FormatMessage(3, "HotelID Update : ", "", "HotelID Update")

 If Me.BtnEditRecordHotelID.Enabled = false
     Exit Sub
End If
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Commented:
   ClsFrmMain.FormatMessage(3, "HotelID Update : ", "", "HotelID Update")

  If Me.BtnEditRecordHotelID.Enabled = False Then
        Exit Sub
End If

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Commented:
Hi,

maybe
ClsFrmMain.FormatMessage(3, "HotelID Update : ", "", "HotelID Update")
If Me.BtnEditRecordHotelID.Enabled = False Then Exit Sub

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