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  1. #1
    shachar Guest

    the lost-focus event


    hello.
    on my form form i have 2 text-boxes txtA , txtB
    and i have a lot of other controls.
    i want to check the data that was enterd to txtA after the user finshes entering
    it and clicking on other control.
    BUT i dont want to check it if the user click on txtB.
    how can i do it?



  2. #2
    Craig Brown Guest

    Re: the lost-focus event


    Shachar,

    In the LostFocus event how about calling a subroutine/function with the control
    name? In the subroutine/function check the control's name property and then
    process your LostFocus accordingly.

    Craig Brown

    "shachar" <muli4@internet-zahav.net> wrote:
    >
    >hello.
    >on my form form i have 2 text-boxes txtA , txtB
    >and i have a lot of other controls.
    >i want to check the data that was enterd to txtA after the user finshes

    entering
    >it and clicking on other control.
    >BUT i dont want to check it if the user click on txtB.
    >how can i do it?
    >
    >



  3. #3
    G. Allen Guest

    Re: the lost-focus event


    What you need to use is the form's ActiveControl.Name property. In the LostFocus
    event of txtA check to see if Me.ActiveControl.Name = "txtB". If it does
    then don't process your LostFocus code.

    "shachar" <muli4@internet-zahav.net> wrote:
    >
    >hello.
    >on my form form i have 2 text-boxes txtA , txtB
    >and i have a lot of other controls.
    >i want to check the data that was enterd to txtA after the user finshes

    entering
    >it and clicking on other control.
    >BUT i dont want to check it if the user click on txtB.
    >how can i do it?
    >
    >



  4. #4
    thomas Guest

    Re: the lost-focus event


    Try to use the validate event and set the next control cause validate to true.
    Lost focus and got focus is outdated.

    bye.

    MCP x 2



    "G. Allen" <gallenspam@worldnet.att.net> wrote:
    >
    >What you need to use is the form's ActiveControl.Name property. In the

    LostFocus
    >event of txtA check to see if Me.ActiveControl.Name = "txtB". If it does
    >then don't process your LostFocus code.
    >
    >"shachar" <muli4@internet-zahav.net> wrote:
    >>
    >>hello.
    >>on my form form i have 2 text-boxes txtA , txtB
    >>and i have a lot of other controls.
    >>i want to check the data that was enterd to txtA after the user finshes

    >entering
    >>it and clicking on other control.
    >>BUT i dont want to check it if the user click on txtB.
    >>how can i do it?
    >>
    >>

    >



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