VBA to clear or reset text fields from a click of a command button
Is it possible to add vba code to a command button that when clicked the event will clear existing data or reset data, so when the user is on the form, the previous data entereddoesn't display? if so how can this be done?
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I have multiple fields in a form that use a macro event to highlight the backcolor of the field when the data is changed. I would like to be able to clear the highlighted fields with the click of a button.
I have a command button programed to save the record and would like it to clear the highlights for me as well. What is the best way to accomplish this goal?
I have a very simple form, couple of text boxes and a Command Button. On Click event of command button I want to clear all my text boxes but when I click nothing happens.
Private Sub CmdReset_Click()
MsgBox "Clear", vbOKOnly
TxtVendorName.Value = ""
TxtDesc.Value = ""
TxtOrderDay.Value = ""
TxtDeliveryDay.Value = ""
I've created a command button were I would like to edit records.the records or text fields are set are set to prevent a user from accidentally over writing existing data through a typo etc. I've locked the text fields; however, I would like the user to click on the command button to edit the data.
I already built reset button with this code but it is not working.
Private Sub clearbtn_Click()
Me!qproject1 = " "
Me!qdoc1 = " "
Me!qvolume1 = " "
Me!qbox1 = " "
You use a command button on a form to start an action or a set of actions. For example, you can create a command button that opens another form. To make a command button perform an action, you write a macro or event procedure and attach it to the command button's On Click property. You can also embed a macro directly into the On Click property of the command button. This makes it possible to copy the button to other forms without losing the functionality of the button.
What do you want to do?
* Add a command button to a form by using a wizard
* Create a command button by dragging a macro to a form
* Create a command button without using a wizard
* Customize a command button
We have a training database that opens to a main switchboard. I click on the option "Search Forms", which opens a second switchboard. From there, I click "Search by Name", which opens a form with a text box for "First Name", and another for "Last Name". Once the names are entered, you click a command button on the same form to "Run the Query". This opens a pop-up form saying "search complete", and continue. You can then click the "View Report" command button on the original form to get to the report.
The database I am working on has a form with "First Name" & "Last Name" fields (already filled in), and a command button that opens to the main switchboard of this training database. Can I add something to my command button so it automatically selects the above mentioned switchboard options and enters the names from my form? Maybe a macro that somehow does all of these steps?
I would ultimately like the user of my database to click the command button on my form one time to get directly to the report of the other database automatically using the names from my form.
Access 2010 - I have a search form where end users enter parameters. I used the command wizard and created a preview report command button so the report tab comes up in preview mode just fine.
I also created a Clear Entry command button that works. However if I leave the report open in preview mode and go back to the form tab, hit the Clear Entry button, then enter new parameters, the report data doesn't change from the previous entry.
1. Will the end user have to close the report manually each time before entering new parameters?
2. If not, where is the Close Report command button? I could only find Close Form.
3. What's the code to create a command button to refresh the report?
4. Finally, can everything (preview report, clear entry, refresh data) be done using just 1 command button? Can't I add the code I need behind one command?
I have multiple unbound text/combo fields in a form. Once you input your criteria I have a command button that when you click on it based on your criteria it will return a list of customers in your text field. I have command button to scroll through the list and a check box next to it to select a various customer you would like to print out on a report. My problem seems to be when multiple users are in this form it is not clearing out the previous user’s selections.
On a form I have a List Box with a header row and many columns and rows called "List1" that pulls data from a particular table. Next to the list box I have command button with the below vba.I need to add vba to the below so that when I click the command button the first row (not the header but the first row) of the list box becomes selected so that when the form"frm_FormListUsedBySup01ID" opens the vba knows how to link the ID fields.
I tried Me.Setfocus.List1 but that didn't work.
I created a form that adds records to a table. I included a button that adds the record to the table. When I click the 'Add Record' button, the fields clear. Is there a way to have Access not clear the fields so that I can reuse the data on some of the fields?