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RE: Invisable/Visable Buttons

In the forms On Current event:
    If Me.AllowAdditions = True Then
        Me.NameOfCommandButton.Visible= True
    End if
    If Me.AllowEdits = True Then
        Me.NameOfCommandButton.Visible = True
        Me.NameOfCommandButton.Visible = False
    End if
You can blend these as you see fit and simplify. First line is to make sure your command doesn't have the focus when you flip from record to record.


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