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How to clear an unbound form

How to clear an unbound form

How to clear an unbound form

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I have an unbound form that I enter a range of numbers (and other data) to populate a table.  I use a command button to populate the data.  When the button is pushed, how do I get the form to clear, so I can enter the next range of data?

I used to write code for another command button to clear a form (but those were bound forms).  Here is the code I used

Private Sub Command_Click()
If me.dirty then me.undo
End Sub

This code does not work for the unbound form.  What do I need to do?  

Thanks in advance

RE: How to clear an unbound form

Me.Undo will only work if the controls are bound. You will need to build a sub routine to set all the controls to Null.

You can use:
Me.YourControl_1 = Null
Me.YourControl_2 = Null
Me.YourControl_3 = Null.......ect

Or:
Me.YourControl_1 = ""
Me.YourControl_2 = ""
Me.YourControl_3 = "" .......ect

This will have to be done to each control you want to clear.

HTH  
RDH

Ricky Hicks
rdhicks@mindspring.com

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