SCENARIO: I have 6 different forms. When I click a button on one of the forms, my macro ‘opens a different form’ and ‘closes the form’ that has the button.
Each form has a button’ to do what is described, plus a ‘BACK’ button, that works progressively (i.e. from FORM #6, back to FORM #5, then back to FORM #4, etc.). THE “STARTING” form is the ‘wildcard’ here — FORM #1 will always be different
Starting on FORM #1, I ‘click’ and go to FORM #5. From there, I ‘click’ and go to FORM #3. From here, I’d like to navigate back to my starting point, but I can’t seem to figure out how to ‘capture’ the form I started from into a variable.
QUESTION: Is there anyway to build a macro such that I can ‘capture’ the form I started from (FORM #1) and return to it, WITHOUT calling “getByName”?