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Inspect the control source of all controls in your project

Happy New Year!

Recently I was working on a project where I was implementing form spawning so that my client can see at least two different records using two identical forms, one of the actual forms and the other one a spawned version of itself, (a topic I’ve discussed at my SQL Server with Access meetings, click to join the announcement list!). Because the prior developer did not use form spawning, I had to search all instances in control source of all forms to identify references to the original form and replace it with TempVars.

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The project has dozens of forms and thousands of controls, so I created the following code to scan all form record sources for the offending row source and the control source of all controls on the form as well.

About Juan Soto

Juan Soto is a Senior Access Developer at IT Impact Inc. and a Microsoft Access MVP. He specializes in Access with SQL Server databases. His passion for Access has led him to helping a wide range of businesses in helping them establish a secure, stable and efficient environment with SQL Server. He's a frequent speaker at Access user groups nationwide and recently spoke at the Orange County SQL Saturday # 73. If you wish to have Juan speak at your next group meeting you can contact him here.

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