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Old October 7th, 2005, 06:53 AM
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quote:Originally posted by Loralee
Is there another property I have to also toggle somewhere?
None that I can think of. But as an added safety measure move the code setting them to false from the ON OPEN event to the ON CURRENT event. In that way, every time someone moves from record to record, the form resets to READ ONLY. In that way, in order to edit one, the user has to make the conscious effort to click the button first for each record instead of once (that's what I do).
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I like that. That solves the problem of leaving the controls open. Thanks again!


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