You need to maintain a flag ,and based on the flag value do what ever you want.
How do you do that?
Dim flag As Integer Private Sub Command1_Click() If flag = 0 Then Flag1 Else Flag2 End If End Sub Private Sub Flag1() MsgBox ("flag 0") flag = 1 End Sub Private Sub Flag2() MsgBox ("flag 1") flag = 0 End Sub
Is flag a variable?
Yes it is.
Is not that clear from the post #4 ?
I would declare the flag public and then give it a value based on what I need to do. Say for instance your user has added a new record to your database and you now need to take him back to the main form, do this -
'In a module, add the following... Public flag As Integer 'In your form you will use something like... Private Sub Command1_Click() 'You are finished with the data add, now give flag a value... flag = 1 End Sub Private Sub Command2_Click() If flag = 1 Then Form2.Show flag = 0 Unload Me Else 'flag = 0, do something here... MsgBox "What do I do now?" End If End Sub
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