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Old July 8th, 2007, 04:16 AM
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In my form I have a txtN unbound field now I exit the field I want show the next txtName unbound field Otherwise txtName unbound should not be show
Weather it is possible or not?


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I would try putting code on the On Lost Focus event of txtN.

On the txtName properties Dialog box, set visible to No.
On the Form's On Current event, set Me.txtName.Visible = False

On the txtN On Lost Focus event, put:

Me.txtName.Visible = True

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