Propertry Get / Form Usage

AlexanderBB

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If I want a Form to 'remember' some values I can't unload it and then use Property Get? Correct?
The right way woudl be to Hide the Form only.

Then the Form Variables using Get will work 100%. This is no need to ever unload the Form?
 

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Jeffrey Mahoney

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I have used that before. I don't why it wasn't reliable across workbooks

I would just create a Public variable in a Standard module instead.
 
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