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    I have created buttons I use to go from one page to the next at the bottom of my form. I use page breaks in my form to number the pages. How would I write code to make the page button invisible while I am on that current page?? Where would I enter my code? (I was thinking in the OnCurrent of the form?)

    Michael
    Gotta to do some code

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    Anyone?
    Gotta to do some code

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    Quote Originally Posted by surfacesys
    I have created buttons I use to go from one page to the next at the bottom of my form. I use page breaks in my form to number the pages. How would I write code to make the page button invisible while I am on that current page?? Where would I enter my code? (I was thinking in the OnCurrent of the form?)

    Michael
    What do you Mean "go from one page to next"

    (i)record 1 next page record 2 next page record 3
    or
    (ii)record 1 next page record 1 still but on differance page on that form

    ????
    hope this help

    See clear as mud


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    Different page on the same form separated by page breaks
    Gotta to do some code

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