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Old May 13th, 2007, 03:28 AM
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Hi Vlad

The answer is simple - just treat the continuous form as if it were a normal form. For example, if the user clicks a command button on a particular record in the continous form, then Access will treat all code as if the form displayed just that one record. So references to controls such as Me!txtValue will give you the current value for that record.

As for the per record actions, just add the command buttons to the continuous form - as I said above, each command button will run in the contect of the record it is displayed against.

Hope that helps!

Richard

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