Thank you for your response. I am not trying to copy defaults. I
have that piece mastered. What is happening, is that we are sending
out crews of 2 to 4 guys at a time to the same job site. In the past,
we would send out just one guy, but with gas prices, etc, we are now
doubling up guys.
So, the payroll girl is entering time, in the subform, for the prior
day, for the one guy. Then she moves onto the next guy on the crew
and enters the same exact data, only for the second guy, then the
third, etc. Thus, she is doing a lot of redundant entry.
The form and subsequent subform is isolated for daily entry. Meaning,
that when she gets done entering the daily activity, she has a total
hour at the bottom for just that day. It's the entries in the
subform, that I want to be able to copy and paste to the next guy on
the crew. Right now, I have her highlighting the rows and doing a
copy, then going to the next person on the crew and pasting, but this
is a manual process and can cause some issues because the girl gets
lost in what she is doing.
So, I am trying to find a way to add code, that will do the copy and
paste for her, without her having to manually highlight and copy, then
highlight and paste.
Does that make sense?
On May 6, 7:03 pm, "Jeanette Cunningham"
< XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote: