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The reason is that select all option is added by changing the query that feeds the combo box to include a new option.I need to select all of the check boxes or unselect all of them.The reason for this is my user may want all of the options except for 1 so with there being 60 options it would be faster to select all and let them unselect what they don't want.As you can see there are multiple check boxes that need to be selected or unselected.Normally I would not create a field like this but as described above this is how Access interprets a combobox from Share Point that allows for multiple selections.- I already have the field because of the link to Share Point I just need to know how in VBA to select or unselect all of the check boxes.
Because the link Alan posted is simply adding an (ALL) option to the drop down. The options in the combo box I have are selected using check boxes next to each item.
The combo box that I descride has the functionality to select multiple items by clicking in check boxes next to each of the items. So the prolem was how to check or uncheck all of the boxes. So with this information I figured that to select items they have to be in an array.
Creating an array with all of the items that are in the combo box and then setting the combo box equal to the array will select all of the items.
Until all my pages were letter, I could not remove the next page section break. in the menu (in XP – in Later Versions, go to page setup). Change the Section Start from “New Page” to “Continuous” using the drop down arrow. But this allows you to change a section break’s behavior.
UPDATE 10/10/2014: See update for a potential better way to fix stubborn next page section breaks that won’t delete. Problem: Word has an extra page at the end that you can’t delete, and when you turn on the Show/Hide codes function a “Section Break (Next Page)” appears after your text. It appears that Word is insistent on always moving back any Next Page Section breaks if deleted. Barnhill’s comment on Wugnet UPDATE 10/10/2014: Cherry Berry made a great comment below that fixes some of the more persistent next page section breaks: “At the bottom-right corner of the window next to the size slider, there should be 5 icons.
Has anyone worked with one of these fields and know how to select all of the options using VBA?