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    oxicottin is offline Novice
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    Refresh form search text box

    Hello, Iím having trouble with a switchboard. Everything works fine but, I have 3 search options on the switchboard. If I choose to use the date search option and click find it finds my date on another form "Which its supposed to do" but when I close the search form and the switchboard opens back up it still has the date I put in the text box to run the search. how would I refresh the switchboard so when I go back to it there isnít the data still in the each boxes? Iím using Me.Visible = False in each search button on the switchboard so the switchboard just hides when the other form is opened and when I close the other form Iím using On Unload Forms![Switchboard].Visible = True. I think its saving what I had because Iím never really closing the switchboard and thatís my problem! What could I use to clear whatís in my searches boxes? Thanks!

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    jya is offline Competent Performer
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    searchtextboxname.value = ""

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    oxicottin is offline Novice
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    thanks!

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