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Default Create/Add controls to Access Form: VBA program

Hello

I need to add controls( textboxes, and Optiongroup) programatically to the original form and not new popup or design form.

Situation:
I have a form "frmXYZ", I have a button on this form and when I click this button, I need to add two textboxes, and one optiongroup to the same form " frmXYZ".

Request is immediate, any help is appreciated!

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Put the controls on the form in designtime, then make them visible if you pass a certain parameter to the form. You can declare the variable in a module as

Public myVariable As Boolean (or whatever type)
myVariable = False

and then have your form check the value of that variable On Open. If that value is unchanged, then the textboxes stay invisible. If you click a button on your other form, have those buttons set the variable to True, and then when the form opens the textboxes will appear.

Form Code would look like:

If myVariable = True Then
   Me.TextBox1.Visible = True
Else
   Me.Textbox1.Visible = False
End If

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