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Old April 21st, 2004, 01:30 PM
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Default command button to import dbf data

Hi,

I'd like to let the user choosing a button in a form. This button will import data like we do when we clic on the menu File/Import data. Do you know how I can do this ?

This form is the main menu of the application. In this form I have few command buttons like Collect data, Visualize Report, Print Report, Create a new project, etc... and I'd like to add this new one.

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Code:
Application.RunCommand acCmdImport
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