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Cycle Property Example

office 365 dev account|Last Updated: 6/12/2017
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The following example defines the Cycle property for a Frame and two Page objects in a MultiPage.

To use this example, copy this sample code to the Declarations portion of a form. Make sure that the form contains:

  • A Frame named Frame1.

  • A MultiPage named MultiPage1 that contains two objects named Page1 and Page2.

  • Two CommandButton controls named CommandButton1 and CommandButton2.

In the form, the Frame, and each Page of the MultiPage, place a couple of controls, so you can see how Cycle affects the tab order of the Frame and MultiPage. The user should tab through the controls to observe how Cycle affects the tab order. Pressing CommandButton1 extends the tab order to include controls in the Frame and Page objects. Pressing CommandButton2 restricts the tab order.

Private Sub RestrictCycles() 
'Limit tab order for the Frame and Page objects 
 Frame1.Cycle = fmCycleCurrentForm 
 MultiPage1.Page1.Cycle = fmCycleCurrentForm 
 MultiPage1.Page2.Cycle = fmCycleCurrentForm 
End Sub 

Private Sub UserForm_Initialize() 
End Sub 

Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() 
'Extend tab order subforms (the Frame and Page 
 Frame1.Cycle = fmCycleAllForms 
 MultiPage1.Page1.Cycle = fmCycleAllForms 
 MultiPage1.Page2.Cycle = fmCycleAllForms 
End Sub 

Private Sub CommandButton2_Click() 
End Sub
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