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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Lesah, Nov 12, 2005.

  1. Lesah

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    I posted earlier about transferring data from one field to another in an old
    database. Also need to update what is apparently an ancient filter. It has
    a command button which brings up a grid with "LastName, FirstName, Soc Sec".
    I key in any of those fields and it brings up matching records in form view.
    The command button runs a macro: Action is Run Command. Then uses Send
    keys, {up}{up}+{tab}+{tab}+{tab}l{tab}f{tab}s+{tab}+{tab}{down}{down}. This
    positions the curser in the Soc Sec field. It somehow replaced Soc Sec field
    with the (show all fields Apps*) which I know can not be a search field. I
    cannot get it back the way it was. I know that SendKeys are almost obsolete,
    but I don't know any other way to do it. Here is what shows up in the
    command button properties: On Click - mcrFindApplicant

    Can anyone suggest a way to fix this, or a better way to search for a form?
    Thanks always to those who share their knowledge with others.

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