Part 5: Automating an Access Application in .NET framework

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Part 5: Automating an Access Application
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Understanding Event Processing Event Property (Event Name)
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On Key Down (KeyDown)
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Runs the specified macro, Visual Basic function, or Visual Basic event procedure when the user presses a key or a combination of keys. Your code cannot cancel this event. In a Visual Basic procedure, you can examine parameters to determine the key code (the numeric code that represents the key pressed) and whether the Shift, Ctrl, or Alt key was also pressed. You can also set the key code to 0 in Visual Basic to prevent the control from receiving keystrokes. If the form has a command button whose Default property is set to Yes (this indicates that the command button responds to Enter as though the button had been clicked), KeyDown events do not occur when the Enter key is pressed. If the form has a command button whose Cancel property is set to Yes (this indicates that the command button responds to the Esc key as though the button had been clicked), KeyDown events do not occur when the Esc key is pressed. See also the Change event. The KeyDown event occurs before KeyPress and KeyUp. If the key the user presses (such as the Tab key) causes the focus to move to another control, the control that has the focus when the user presses the key signals a KeyDown event, but the control that receives the focus signals the KeyPress and KeyUp events. If you set the form s KeyPreview property to Yes, this event also occurs for the form. Runs the specified macro, Visual Basic function, or Visual Basic event procedure when the user presses a key or a combination of keys that would result in a character being delivered to the control that has the focus. (For example, KeyPress does not occur for the arrow keys.) Your code cannot cancel this event. In a Visual Basic procedure, you can examine the ANSI key value and set the value to 0 to cancel the keystroke. The KeyPress event occurs after KeyDown and before KeyUp. If the form has a command button whose Default property is set to Yes, the KeyPress event occurs for the form and the command button when the Enter key is pressed. If the form has a command button whose Cancel property is set to Yes, the KeyPress event occurs for the form and the command button when the Esc key is pressed. See also the Change event. If you set the form s KeyPreview property to Yes, this event also occurs for the form.
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On Key Press (KeyPress)
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Part 5: Automating an Access Application
Microsoft Office Access 2003 Inside Out Event Property (Event Name)
On Key Up (KeyUp)
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Runs the specified macro, Visual Basic function, or Visual Basic event procedure when the user releases a key or a combination of keys. Your code cannot cancel this event. In a Visual Basic procedure, you can examine parameters to determine the key code and whether the Shift, Ctrl, or Alt key was also pressed. If you set the form s KeyPreview property to Yes, this event also occurs for the form. If the form has a command button whose Default property is set to Yes, the KeyUp event occurs for the form and the command button when the Enter key is released. If the form has a command button whose Cancel property is set to Yes, the KeyUp event occurs for the form and the command button when the Esc key is released. Runs the specified macro, Visual Basic function, or Visual Basic event procedure when the user presses any mouse button. Your code cannot cancel this event. In a Visual Basic procedure, you can determine which mouse button was pressed (left, right, or middle); whether the Shift, Ctrl, or Alt key was also pressed; and the X and Y coordinates of the mouse pointer (in twips) when the button was pressed. (Note: There are 1440 twips in an inch.) Runs the specified macro, Visual Basic function, or Visual Basic event procedure when the user moves the mouse over a form or a control. Your code cannot cancel this event. In a Visual Basic procedure, you can determine which mouse button was pressed (left, right, or middle) and whether the Shift, Ctrl, or Alt key was also pressed. You can also determine the X and Y coordinates of the mouse pointer (in twips). Runs the specified macro, Visual Basic function, or Visual Basic event procedure when the user releases any mouse button. Your code cannot cancel this event. In a Visual Basic procedure, you can determine which mouse button was released (left, right, or middle); whether the Shift, Ctrl, or Alt key was also pressed; and the X and Y coordinates of the mouse pointer (in twips) when the button was released. Runs the specified macro, Visual Basic function, or Visual Basic event procedure when the user rolls the mouse wheel while the focus is on a form. In a Visual Basic procedure, you can determine whether rolling the wheel caused the form to display a new page and the count of rows that the view was scrolled. (When the user rolls the mouse wheel, the form scrolls up or down through the records in the form.)
On Mouse Down (MouseDown)
On Mouse Move (MouseMove)
On Mouse Up (MouseUp)
On Mouse Wheel (MouseWheel)
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