[AccessD] vbTrue vbFalse
darryl at whittleconsulting.com.au
Sun Jun 19 18:18:27 CDT 2016
Yes... This is how I have used them.
In the specific case of say a customer form where you prefill out as much of the detail as possible based on either the most common / likely response or known customer information / preferences.
So you might have a set or check boxes or radio buttons that you pre populate with code using
Me.chkbxMailMe = vbtrue
Me.chkbxWeeklyUpdate = vbfalse
From: AccessD [mailto:accessd-bounces at databaseadvisors.com] On Behalf Of Stuart McLachlan
Sent: 18 June, 2016 8:32 AM
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Subject: Re: [AccessD] vbTrue vbFalse
They are intended for use whereever there is a tri-state possibility (i.e. true/false/not stated).
Commonly used with TriState checkboxes and various Format functions.
And they are not new - they're described in the Getz/Gilbert VBA Handbook (circa 2000)
On 17 Jun 2016 at 18:52, Gustav Brock wrote:
> Hi all
> I discovered these new constants:
> There is also a vbUseDefault.
> Where/how would you use those?
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