OnCurrent Event for Subform on Tab Control 
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 OnCurrent Event for Subform on Tab Control

I have a form with a tab control with multiple tabs, most of which contain
one or two subforms.  On most of the subforms, I have a procedure that I
would like run only when the tab that it is on is selected, or if another
record on the subform is made current.  If these were individual forms, I
would run the procedure on the OnCurrent event (the procedure logs the fact
that the record is accessed/viewed).

My question is does the OnCurrent event for a subform that is placed on a
tab of a tab control when the record becomes current (e.g., when the main
form is opened and the records become current), or only when the tab is
selected?  I am trying to avoid indicating that a record is being accessed
if the user is not actually selecting the tab on which the data is located.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Michael S. Blaher

Thu, 02 May 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
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