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Old January 14th, 2004, 05:05 PM
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Default Equivalent to include files in VB Access

Hi,

I know this sounds odd but I have a particular ap that I am using access for...does anyone know of the equivalent of a server side include for MS Access. What I would like is to have one module that dimensions a variety of variables. These variables would be used in a variety of Access forms although they WOULD NOT BE GLOBAL.

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Are you referring to a data enabled class?



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Not really,
I have several forms in an access table that have differing functions but that have events that reference the same variable names. Typically, a change to one form results in a change to all forms. I would like to have an "include" file that allows me to make one change that is accessible by all forms. Although I use the same variable names within each form, they are private to each form. sounds odd, I know, but the forms are used for very specific note formatting purposes


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