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Close form and use VBA to refresh another open form

Close form and use VBA to refresh another open form

Close form and use VBA to refresh another open form

(OP)
From a form "Microsim Work Form" I open an update form. After completing the updates I will close the update form. On the close event of the update form I want to refresh the "Microsim Work Form". How would I do this with VBA in the Update form Close event? Also, is Refresh the best code to use? I want the "Microsim Work Form" to show the data that was updated. Or would Requery work better?

Thanks,

John

RE: Close form and use VBA to refresh another open form

What have you tried? I would use requery if there is a chance that new records could be added.

Duane
Minnesota
Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP 2001-2016

RE: Close form and use VBA to refresh another open form

Before you close the update form, in the vba, put this:

CODE

Forms.frmFormToUpdate.Form.Requery 

If you are updating a subform, then this:

CODE

Forms.frmFormToUpdate.frmSubformToUpdate.Form.Requery 

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