Kamis, 11 Agustus 2016

Re: [MS_AccessPros] Text box and naming



Let's say you have the value "txtMB10" in a string variable names strSeat.  You can refer to the control on your form that has that name by doing:


For example, to set the value "X" in the text box named txtMB10, you could do:

  strSeat = "txtMB10"
  Me(strSeat) = "X"

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On Aug 11, 2016, at 10:35, Gary Hamon quigonn@telus.net [MS_Access_Professionals] <MS_Access_Professionals@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

Hopefully this will make sense...

I'm working on a ticket-tracking database (Access 2007) for a local group. I have set up a grid of text boxes to match the theater layout and am trying to reflect which seats have been sold. For example, 'txtMB10' corresponds to Monday Row B Seat 10.

The table is set up with Day, Row, and Seat as separate fields. So a couple of Select statements help me put together which text box should be used for each ticket. My problem is, how do I tell Access that the string "txtMB10" corresponds with the control txtMB10?

Is there an easier way I'm not seeing?

Thanks in advance

Binary, easy as 01, 10, 11.


Posted by: John Viescas <johnv@msn.com>
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