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adding code to Next button click method in a Buttonset

adding code to Next button click method in a Buttonset

adding code to Next button click method in a Buttonset

(OP)
This one has always perplexed me - it seems if I put something in the Click method then the Next button loses it's functionality (ie advance to next record). Is that true? How then does one note if the Next button has been clicked? I need to know that, yet if I set a variable in the Click method, Next no longer works. How do I not lose the intended purpose of the buttons?

RE: adding code to Next button click method in a Buttonset

Jamesray,
Do this:

[YOUR CODE]
DODEFAULT()

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RE: adding code to Next button click method in a Buttonset

(OP)
Thanks, I knew there had to be a solution but would have taken a lot of time finding it. I've seen the DODEFAULT() in some other code, now I know exactly what it means.

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