I don't know if this will work for you or not, but you could use a label or text box hidden on the form. Then unhide it when focus is on your target text box. I've done that a few times to be a "what is this" type of a tip. For example, One of my applications has a status combo box. When it has focus a "tip" label shows what each status means. Status 1 means high priority, status 2 means it is important but can wait...
Maybe that would be better than an intrusive pop-up (think internet pop-ups).
The purpose of this pop-up form is a reminder, messages form colleagues.
Kevin - What is the purpose of the pop-up form? There might be a better way to accomplish what you want.
Bill Mosca, Founder - MS_Access_Professionals
Microsoft Office Access MVP
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