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Old May 17th, 2010, 01:11 PM
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Default Copy Field content to Clipboard and . . .

Dear Experts,

In Access 2007
1) I have a Button called Command0 and a Field called Notes – I want to be able to Press Command0 and Copy to the Clipboard the content of the Field called Notes.

2) Also, for the Button called Command1 – I want to be able to press it and Copy to the Clipboard the following string: “This is a string Copy test”
Thank you very much for your help . . .

Old May 19th, 2010, 04:19 PM
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See this document on MSDN


You can either use the built in Access RunCommand method or use the Windows API. From what i can tell about what you're doing it looks like the Windows API is going to be your best solution.

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