By Richard Rost 2 years ago
Show/Hide Buttons in a Continuous Form
In this video, I will show you how to show or hide a button depending on the value of a field in a continuous form. You can't use the Visible property, so we will use a trick involving Conditional Formatting and a Transparent Button.
Micah from Titusville, Florida (a Gold Member) asks: I have a continuous form showing my customers. I have a particular form that needs to be filled out but ONLY if the customer is from Florida. Is there any way to show that button for just those customers? I can do it on a Single Form using the visible property, but if I try the same thing on a Continuous form, it changes ALL of the buttons.
Members will learn how to make it so that the open form code does not run if the button is not visible using VBA and an OnClick event.
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