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BOOK: Visual Basic 2008 Programmer's Reference ISBN: 978-0-470-18262-8
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i have a form in my application that calculates the invoice of all the charges of a patients. there is a form that calculates the room charges of the patient but it will no update the previous record.
what i want is the room charges form to calculate and add the room charges of the patient then display the result in listview. if i add a new room charge i want the form to update the total charge in the listview.

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Argh! Sorry for the slow reply. The email telling me about this post got buried in spam.

Unfortunately I'm not sure I understand your question.

It sounds like you want one form to update another. In that case, one of the forms needs a reference to the other. You can either:

1. Give the calculator form a reference to the calling form and have the calculator update the calling form, or:

2. Make the calling form look at the values on the calculator form after that form hides and then update itself accordingly.

I thin the second approach usually makes it easier to understand what's happening.

If I've missed the point of your question, please give some additional detail.

Sorry again about the terribly slow reply.
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