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    95DSM is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Button that open Visual Basic Editor?

    Is there a way to program a button on a form to open Visual Basic Editor via a Macro?



    Regards,
    Ian

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    95DSM is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Or possibly in code builder. Either way would work fine for me. I just need a way to open Visual Basic Editor using a button.

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    95DSM is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Nobody? dsfvdsvevr

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    weekend00 is offline I may not be right
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    don't know why you what to do that.
    you can just press ALT_f11 to open Visual Basic Editor

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    Dinzdale40 is offline Novice
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    maybe code builder for the command button and use the sendkey code ( Alt+F11)

    might have to play around with the code syntax i haven't used that before.

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    95DSM is offline Advanced Beginner
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    I was able to figure this problem out. Thanks for the replys, they put things into perspective.

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