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BSman (Programmer) (OP)
18 Oct 05 14:49
I need to provide a button which, when clicked, will copy a formatted set of text to the clipboard.  Does someone know some VBA code to copy a text string to the clipboard?  In code I will combine the values in a number of controls to make one text string to copy to the clipboard, but I don't know how to copy to the clipboard (without using <Ctrl><C>).

Bob S.
PHV (MIS)
18 Oct 05 14:58
without using <Ctrl><C>
DoCmd.RunCommand acCmdCopy

Hope This Helps, PH.
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Helpful Member!  BSman (Programmer) (OP)
18 Oct 05 15:15
I don't think that this will work with a variable that contains the text, but I figured out a workaround by setting up a text box of 0" width (so it basically was not visible, although visible must be set to Yes for the copy to work).  I placed the text in that control, set focus to that control, and then ran the command you provided.  Here's the code I ended up with (for the button):

Me.txtCopyText = "This is a test"
Me.txtCopyText.SetFocus
DoCmd.RunCommand acCmdCopy

Thanks,
Bob S.

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