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Old March 8th, 2005, 08:45 AM
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Hi friends !
Would someone knows how to change the focus to the next button
when using the built-in SM ? I've been trying with no sucess.
I've two macros that run when sucessive buttons on switchboard
form are clicked.I would like to change the focus to the next
button after the first is clicked.
Any help will be welcome.
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Wow, switchboards and macros. I haven't used those in about 10 years.

Anywho, you can set the first button's On Click event to change focus to the second button.

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Thanks u for answering !
I've given up trying and worked on a switchboard custom built.The reason was
i wasn't able to know how to name the SW manager buttons. When u have two
macros running on clicking on the SW , on design view both macros have the
same button and they are identified by the argument column on a table.Things
works OK if u dont ask too much from the manager.
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