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Problem with option group while using multiple-page forms

Problem with option group while using multiple-page forms

Problem with option group while using multiple-page forms

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I am making a general form, where I want to display different subforms using "Option-group's toggle buttons" to do this i have made a subform containing several page breaks, - but when i assign the event of changing to another page the toggle buttons doesn't work. i can't get them to shift focus, i have tried putting the event on different procedures(on focus, mousedown ....)

thank in advance.
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RE: Problem with option group while using multiple-page forms

Add similar to the afterupdate event of your general form's option group:
    Me.NameOfSubFormAsSeenByGeneralForm.SetFocus
    Select Case (Me.NameOfOptionGroup)
       Case 1 'you want page 1
           GoToPage 1
       Case 2
           GoToPage 2
       Case 3
           GoToPage 3
    End Select
Assumption: Your option groups toggle buttons values are the same as the page number you want to set the focus to... otherwise change the select case values. Hope this gives the results you need. Gord
ghubbell@total.net

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