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    Click area (A2K)

    Dear all,

    I have an area on a form (actually part of a page on a tab control) that I have made sensitive to a mouse click. I don

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    Re: Click area (A2K)

    Hi Rupert,

    Try using a command button with the transparent property set to YES.

    HTH <img src=/S/thumbup.gif border=0 alt=thumbup width=15 height=15>

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    Re: Click area (A2K)

    You can do it with labels (anywhere within the label) by setting the on-click property to code or a macro. So although I haven't tried it without any text I'm sure you would get your invisible area with a blank label and some code. If it wont accept a blank label put some text in with the font colour set to background colour.

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    Re: Click area (A2K)

    Both ideas work a treat, thank you both!

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    Re: Click area (A2K)

    Both ideas work a treat, thank you both!!

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