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BOOK: Expert Access 2007 Programming ISBN 978-0-470-17402-9
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Default help required MS Access subform Object control.

hi,
i want to Enable or disabled form object(fields) depending on other fields value.
i.e m developing invoice software in MS Acess. and i want to disabled/enabled subform fields Invoice_Selection baseed on other field (Status) depending on two values
1= Order Placed
2 = Invoiced.
and an option field Name = Invoice_Selection.

so my question is, in a subform where (status) = Invoiced ,Invoice_Selection Fields object disabled. "only those where status = Invoiced" remaining will be enabled. (VBA Coding required)


m waiting for ur Response
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