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    venu is offline Novice
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    Splash Screen

    How to set a form as a splash screen. and how i can set the time for that.


    Plz Help.

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    You can use the timer event of the form along with the timer interval to close it after a certain period and open another form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pbaldy View Post
    You can use the timer event of the form along with the timer interval to close it after a certain period and open another form.
    can u please post the code. thank u.

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    Look in help at the timer event, timer interval, DoCmd.OpenForm and DoCmd.Close.
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