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Access 2007 Programming by Example with VBA, XML, and ASP by Julitta Korol

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Chapter 27More about Event Programming

So far in this book you’ve worked with event procedures that executed from the form or report class module when a certain event occurred for a form, report, or a control. You probably noticed that event programming, as you’ve seen it implemented in the form and report class modules, requires that you copy and paste your existing event code into new form or report events in order to obtain exactly the same functionality. For instance, say you added certain features to a text box on one form and now you’d like to have a text box on other forms behave in the same way. You could react to the text box’s events in the same way on all your forms by entering the same event procedure code in a form class module ...

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