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Disabling Command Buttons

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I need to create an IF funtion on a command button im using on access to disable it if certain criteria are not met.

The criteria are that all text boxes on the form must be filled and that two other fields must equal a certain value, otherwise the button is disabled and unclickable.

I'm guessing this would almost definatley require some VB to be used, which i'm absolutley terrible at, so would appreciate if someone could post the correct code for me to copy and paste with some quick explanation of the coding so i can finish off my A-Level project :) The button runs an append query atm, but i dont know if that will make a difference.


P.S. Can post some screenies if its required.

Edited by Gwalchgwyn, 30 March 2009 - 02:33 AM.

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