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

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  1. Chey

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    I have 5 subforms on a for. When I the correspoding button I would like that
    form to become visable. when I click another button I would like that for to
    be visable and the other one to not be. I only want one form to be visable
    at a time. However I would like to designate one of the subforms to be the
    first for you see when you open it up.
    Thanks
    Chey
     
  2. Linc

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    On the form, set the visible property to true for the subform you want
    defaulted on and false for all the others. That will take care of what you
    see when you open.

    When you click on the button set the selected subform's visible property to
    true and all others to false thru code. Something like...

    Forms![FormName]![SubformName].visible = true
     
  3. Chey

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    I am a little confused on the second part.
    This is what I put
    Private Sub Label8_Click()
    Forms![After Travel]![Cash Only].Visible = True
    End Sub
    When I click on it nothing happens. How do I make by defaulted form
    disappear?

    "Linc" wrote:

    > On the form, set the visible property to true for the subform you want
    > defaulted on and false for all the others. That will take care of what you
    > see when you open.
    >
    > When you click on the button set the selected subform's visible property to
    > true and all others to false thru code. Something like...
    >
    > Forms![FormName]![SubformName].visible = true
     
  4. Chey

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    oh it does work, I just want that one to be visable and my defaulted one to
    go away.
    Thanks

    "Linc" wrote:

    > On the form, set the visible property to true for the subform you want
    > defaulted on and false for all the others. That will take care of what you
    > see when you open.
    >
    > When you click on the button set the selected subform's visible property to
    > true and all others to false thru code. Something like...
    >
    > Forms![FormName]![SubformName].visible = true
     
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