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Special Edition Using Access 97, Second Edition by Roger Jennings

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Understanding Access 97's Event Repertoire

When you interact with an object by using the keyboard or the mouse, you can change the object's state. The object's state is stored with the other data about the object. Access makes some of the changes in the object's state available as opportunities to interrupt normal processing. These special changes in an object's state are called events. An event is a change in the state of an object at which you can interrupt normal processing and define a response.

Not all Access objects trigger (or fire) events. Forms and reports were the only database objects for which Access 95 and earlier databases defined events. All forms, form sections, and controls on a form trigger events; all reports and report sections ...

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