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Adding a new form using code

Adding a new form using code

Adding a new form using code

Have been trying to figure out how to add a form using code (FAB) or SDK.

Would like to have button(s) a user would click which would then load/open a template form and add it to the existing form.

And/or have a button that would add a page to the existing form.

I have been looking at the doc and for all the documentation there seems to be little practical examples.

I am also wondering if this form is still being used. I have tried the formdocs.com form, but it is still very new and not much info. This one seemed to have a lot of info, but non recently.

RE: Adding a new form using code

There are multiple ways to do this, if I understand correctly. I am not sure which version of formdocs you are using, but this code should work.

Dim Doc As String

Doc = "C:\**file location*"

If (0 = Len(Doc)) Then
Exit Sub
End If

Exit Sub


you can also open a form if you are using formdocs 8.1
Application.Forms.Open ("C:\example.fdd").Activate
(File location)

Do you mean add it to the existing form collection, or append that form to the existing one.

Please send me a copy of the documentation you have available to further research this.


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