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Screen Members (Access)

The Screen object refers to the particular form, report, or control that currently has the focus.

Name

Description

ActiveControl

You can use the ActiveControl property together with the Screen object to identify or refer to the control that has the focus. Read-only Control object.

ActiveDatasheet

You can use the ActiveDatasheet property together with the Screen object to identify or refer to the datasheet that has the focus. Read-only Form object.

ActiveForm

You can use the ActiveForm property together with the Screen object to identify or refer to the form that has the focus. Read-only Form object.

ActiveReport

You can use the ActiveReport property together with the Screen object to identify or refer to the report that has the focus. Read-only Report object.

Application

You can use the Application property to access the active Microsoft Access Application object and its related properties. Read-only Application object.

MousePointer

You can use the MousePointer property together with the Screen object to specify or determine the type of mouse pointer currently displayed. Read/write Integer.

Parent

Returns the parent object for the specified object. Read-only.

PreviousControl

You can use the PreviousControl property with the Screen object to return a reference to the control that last received the focus. Read-only.

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