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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Intermediate
Apr 6, 2000

Clear Form's Controls With Quick Loop

This code allows you to set a form's controls to a specific value. You can use it, for example, when you want to clear all textboxes in a form or when you want to uncheck all checkboxes:
 
Public Sub Clear(frm As Form)
	Dim ctl As Control
	For Each ctl In frm
		Select Case TypeName(ctl)
			Case "TextBox"
				ctl.Text = ""
			Case "CheckBox"
				ctl.Value = vbUnchecked
			Case Else
				' handle others as needed
		End Select
	Next ctl
End Sub
Daniel Augusto
 
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