Visual Basic navigation and maintenance through the wizard

This example is located in the testreport.mdb database. The form was created using the wizard and then additions were made.

I have put on navigation buttons so I have set the Navigation Buttons option to NO to suppress the standard navigation at the bottom of the form. I have put on buttons to go to first, last, previous and next as well as a button that can be clicked to add a record (this is the furthest to the right). Please note that this buttons were created with the wizard active. I also have a button that I created with the wizard off which is used to calculate bonus. The visual basic code is shown below. The only code that I wrote was the calcBonus_Click(). The rest of the code was generated by the wizard when I

Option Compare Database     

    Private Sub calcBonus_Click()     
       If PayCode = "S" Then     
          txtBonus = Salary * 0.1     
          If PayCode = "H" Then     
              If PayHr > 20 Then     
                  txtBonus = PayHr * 40 * 52 * 0.05     
                  txtBonus = 1000     
              End If     
              MsgBox ("Invalid pay code")     
           End If     
       End If     
    End Sub     

    Private Sub FirstRecord_Click()     
    On Error GoTo Err_FirstRecord_Click     

        DoCmd.GoToRecord , , acFirst     

        Exit Sub     

        MsgBox Err.Description     
        Resume Exit_FirstRecord_Click     
    End Sub     

    Private Sub PreviousRecord_Click()     
    On Error GoTo Err_PreviousRecord_Click     

        DoCmd.GoToRecord , , acPrevious     

        Exit Sub     

        MsgBox Err.Description     
        Resume Exit_PreviousRecord_Click     
    End Sub     
    Private Sub NextRecord_Click()     
    On Error GoTo Err_NextRecord_Click     

        DoCmd.GoToRecord , , acNext     

        Exit Sub     

        MsgBox Err.Description     
        Resume Exit_NextRecord_Click     
    End Sub     
    Private Sub LastRecord_Click()     
    On Error GoTo Err_LastRecord_Click     

        DoCmd.GoToRecord , , acLast     

        Exit Sub     

        MsgBox Err.Description     
        Resume Exit_LastRecord_Click     
    End Sub     
    Private Sub RecordAdd_Click()     
    On Error GoTo Err_RecordAdd_Click     

        DoCmd.GoToRecord , , acNewRec     

        Exit Sub     

        MsgBox Err.Description     
        Resume Exit_RecordAdd_Click     
    End Sub
Note that the On Error event is included in this code. If an error occurs, then processing will go to the error code which will display a message and then continue processing. You can see this happen when you are at the beginning and you attempt to see the previous record or hit the go to beginning again. The DoCmd.GoToRecord has the code that will be used to follow the command. Microsoft Help gives the following information on the DoCmd.GoToRecord "The GoToRecord method carries out the GoToRecord action in Visual Basic. For more information on how the action and its arguments work, see the action topic. Syntax DoCmd.GoToRecord [objecttype, objectname][, record][, offset] The GoToRecord method has the following arguments.



objecttype One of the following intrinsic constants:
  acActiveDataObject (default)
objectname A string expression that's the valid name of an object of the type selected by the objecttype argument.
record One of the following intrinsic constants:
acNext (default)
  If you leave this argument blank, the default constant (acNext) is assumed.
offset A numeric expression that represents the number of records to move forward or backward if you specify acNext or acPrevious for the record argument, or the record to move to if you specify acGoTo for the record argument. The expression must result in a valid record number.
Remarks If you leave the objecttype and objectname arguments blank (the default constant, acActiveDataObject, is assumed for objecttype), the active object is assumed. You can leave an optional argument blank in the middle of the syntax, but you must include the argument's comma. If you leave one or more trailing arguments blank, don't use a comma following the last argument you specify."