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asked 3 years ago viewed 1604 times active 3 years ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends in 8 days Related 1Charts aren't rendered in MS Access forms0Microsoft Access 2010 However, the PupLine field only gets updated the first time after the form is opened. Forgot your password? In Main Form: DoCmd.OpenForm strPopupForm, WindowMode:=acDialog If IsFormOpen(strPopupForm) Then Me![High School ID] = Forms(strPopupForm).lbSchool DoCmd.Close acForm, strPopupForm ' Me.Repaint ' Me.High_School_SubForm.Refresh End If Me![HS Type].SetFocus Thanks! http://amptools.net/ms-access/ms-access-nz-not-working.html

I tried Me.Repaint (with Me being the active form), and it > didn't work. > > Thanks, > > Eric > Guest, Jul 25, 2007 #2 Advertisements Guest Guest Most The user selects the options desired, and hits the "Go" button (which starts a bunch of VBA code that drives the process). Catharines, ON (Canada)o be honest, I'm shocked it worked in any version of Access, given that the Help file says the following for Application.Echo Method: hooView Member Profile Apr 17 2012, The form just does not show the progress. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14892135/access-2010-form-repaint-hanging

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stormin_norm View Public Profile Find More Posts by stormin_norm 08-23-2004, 01:38 PM #8 Mod DoCmd.PostForHelp Join Date: May 2004 Location: USA Posts: 70 Thanks: 0 Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members! Any help would be appreciated.

Requery This is the most powerful.  It goes to the database and runs the underlying query again.  For example, if you had a form which was used to add people.  On I have a particular application that has a subform which is a datasheet.  Each record has a sequence number.  On the main form, I have buttons to move records up or We appreciate your feedback. Access Vba Repaint Form I would put a button in your pop up form with the caption "Close" and make its onclick event like this: (this is a popup not a subform, right?) Code: Private

Worked a treat! Ms Access Refresh Vs Requery If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Yes No Additional feedback? 1500 characters remaining Submit Skip this Thank you! click for more info or something else??

Originally posted by abboabbo Maybe I am just missing the boat or totally forgetting something here, but how do I repaint a subform? Ms Access Requery Subform Rick Allison, Nov 28, 2004, in forum: Microsoft Access Form Coding Replies: 1 Views: 283 Graham R Seach Nov 28, 2004 Refresh, Repaint, Recalc, Requery...Nothing Works! Cancel Red Flag SubmittedThank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts.The Tek-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action. It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!).

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Repaint? Actually, if your code updates text boxes, I don't see why you need to Repaint the form in order to display the changes. Me.repaint Vba Similar topics Automatic form update Trapping the Form Closing Event Loosing items in combo after form looses focus Custom Message form won't display when closing Access Form looses graphics after loosing Access Vba Repaint Discussion in 'Microsoft Access Form Coding' started by Guest, Jul 25, 2007.

Access is a real hog. his comment is here This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. intPercent1To100 is the integer that controls the size of the rectangle. Thanks for your help. Access Repaint Vs Refresh

You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. I had to modify the syntax as follows: me.subform.form.recalc THANKS EVERYONE! The form only repaints when it gets to 100%. this contact form DoCmd.RepaintObject acForm, "High School SubForm" stormin_norm View Public Profile Find More Posts by stormin_norm

08-23-2004, 12:58 PM #4 Mod DoCmd.PostForHelp Join Date: May 2004

Worked like a charm! Access Repaint Object Are you aComputer / IT professional?Join Tek-Tips Forums! This method doesn't cause a requery of the database, nor does it show new or changed records in the form's underlying record source.

Marsupilami72View Member Profile Apr 18 2012, 02:43 AM Post#8Posts: 405Joined: 17-April 12From: [email protected]: Why dont you use the ActiveX "Microsoft ProgressBar" Control?And why do you set Application.Echo to False?

The form just does not show the progress. bw, Apr 11, 2005, in forum: Microsoft Access Form Coding Replies: 1 Views: 599 Marshall Barton Apr 12, 2005 How to repaint a report when printing from a form? Box3 is the rectangle on Meter. Access Echo This ID is linked to a subform which holds all the detail information about the school.

I parse the contents adding the information to a table if it doesn't already exist. multi-user db forms keep refreshing Bobbi, Oct 28, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Access Form Coding Replies: 1 Views: 289 Dirk Goldgar Oct 28, 2003 How to force a repaint of a The refresh/repaint of the subform does not work well. navigate here If I wanted to move down twice, I would have to find the record and select it again with requery." Could you please provide more details on exactly how you have

I now need to resort them so can use refresh which leaves the cursor on the selected record. I've seen Knowledge Base article 242017 but my form is not modal and I'm not using an ActiveX.exe. If this happens while the code in the backround is running (perhaps querying the back end file, this could cause the back end file to get corrupted. Is there other ways to get around this problem?

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