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DoCmd.GoToPage Method

Office 2007
Carries out the GoToPage action in Visual Basic. .

Syntax

expression.GoToPage(PageNumber, Right, Down)

expression   A variable that represents a DoCmd object.

Parameters

NameRequired/OptionalData TypeDescription
PageNumberRequiredVariantA numeric expression that's a valid page number for the active form. If you leave this argument blank, the focus stays on the current page. You can use the right and down arguments to display the part of the page you want to see.
RightOptionalVariantA numeric expression that's a valid horizontal offset for the page.
DownOptionalVariantA numeric expression that's a valid vertical offset for the page.

Return Value
Nothing

Remarks

The units for the right and down arguments are expressed in twips.

If you specify the right and down arguments and leave the pagenumber argument blank, you must include the pagenumber argument's comma. If you don't specify the right and down arguments, don't use a comma following the pagenumber argument.

The GoToPage method of the DoCmd object was added to provide backwards compatibility for running the GoToPage action in Visual Basic code in Microsoft Access 95. It's recommended that you use the existing GoToPage method of the Form object instead.



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