From: Tab Controls Tab on 7 May 2010 09:21
This issue is resolved now. I figured it out
> Code was writtten on the original form, but form is still named the same, the
> only thing that has changed is the control for the form changed to tabbed
> control and then I moved the individual controls to the appropriate tabbed
> sheets. Having a problem with the cmd buttons exiting to a main form, so I am
> thinking that I need to change the syntax on the code properites somehow. The
> main form is called "POCheck", the individual tabs are called "PO Form" and
> "Checkbook Form". I am not sure how the snytax needs to refer to the tabs?
> Here is an example:
> Private Sub cmdExit_Click()
> DoCmd.OpenForm "Main Menu", acNormal
> End Sub
From: Linq Adams via AccessMonster.com on 7 May 2010 09:36
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