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Re: Code for all controls on a form

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Mark, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Mark

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    Hi Doug.

    I read your post and I'm doing basically the same thing, however my
    function call needs a variable, namley the value of the control I'm on.
    Here's what I'm doing:

    Function CheckNumber(dblNumber as Double) as Boolean
    CheckNumber=True
    If dblNumber > 999 or dblNumber < -999 then
    msgbox("Error")
    Cancel=true
    CheckNumber=False
    End If
    End Function

    My function call within the properties window:
    Before Update -
    =CheckNumber([controlName])

    I need the control name to be the control that I'm on. I could put
    this function call in all my controls and change the control name
    everytime, but isnt't there a way to pass the value of the control that
    triggered the event? Something like =CheckNumber(Me.Control)

    Thanks for the original post.

    - Mark
     
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