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Old May 23rd, 2005, 03:17 AM
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In chapter 15 I can make the edit registration form go to the correct user if I hit the refresh button. Is there someway I can code refresh into the ASP form when it opens like you can clear a htm form on open?

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Ther probably is a way to code a refresh. I do not yet know how to do that. In the interim go to your browser, Tools, Internet options, General Tab, Temporary Internet Files (Settings), Check for newer versions, Check Every visit to the page. Does this solve your problem for your specific browser?

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thanks this helps



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