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Old December 14th, 2003, 12:09 PM
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Default Command button not working in ms access page

:(I have created a page in ms access page. On that page I have created a command button. My query is when I click the command button it should open the form/ report or table. For this should I write code or query. If yes please guide me how should I do this. I would appreciate if the information is given in details.:)

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follow this sample

This should go on your properties "on click"
if you use the wizard you get the same results.

Private Sub cmdInstructors_Click()
    'Open the Instructors form.
    DoCmd.OpenForm "Instructors", acNormal
End Sub

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