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DoCmd AddMenu
DoCmd ApplyFilter
DoCmd CancelEvent
DoCmd Close
DoCmd CopyObject
DoCmd DeleteObject
DoCmd FindRecord
DoCmd FindNext
DoCmd GotoControl
DoCmd HourGlass
DoCmd Min/Max/Restore
DoCmd OpenForm
DoCmd OpenQuery
DoCmd OpenReport
DoCmd OutputTo
DoCmd RunSQL
DoCmd SendObject
DoCmd TransferDatabase
DoCmd TransferText

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Microsoft Access Docmd.HourGlass Method Example

The DoCmd HourGlass method changes the mouse pointer to an image of an hourglass

This action method is often used when running a query or report from visual basic that takes a while to run.

DoCmd.HourGlass True
or
DoCmd.HourGlass False

The DoCmd Hourglass action has the following argument.

Yes/No, True/False, or -1/0

Remarks:

You can define which icon Windows uses (2000,XP) in the control panel, 'busy' mouse pointer setting.







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