EventProcPrefix Property

Applies to

BoundObjectFrame Object

Image Object

OptionButton Object

Section Object

CheckBox Object

Label Object

OptionGroup Object

SubForm Object

ComboBox Object

Line Object

Page Object

TabControl Collection

CommandButton Object

ListBox Object

PageBreak Object

TextBox Object

CustomControl Object

ObjectFrame Object

Rectangle Object

ToggleButton Object

You can use the EventProcPrefix property to get the prefix portion of an event procedure name. Read/write String.


expression Required. An expression that returns one of the objects in the Applies To list.


For example, if you have a command button with an event procedure named Details_Click, the EventProcPrefix property returns the string "Details".

The EventProcPrefix property setting is a string expression.

This property is available only by using a macro or Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code and is read-only in all views.

Microsoft Office Access 2007 adds the prefix portion of an event procedure name to the event name with an underscore character (_).

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