TextBox.Properties property (Access)
Returns a reference to a control's Properties collection object. Read-only.
expression A variable that represents a TextBox object.
The Properties collection object is the collection of all the properties related to a control. You can refer to individual members of the collection by using the member object's index or a string expression that is the name of the member object.
The first member object in the collection has an index value of 0, and the total number of member objects in the collection is the value of the Properties collection's Count property minus 1.
The following procedure uses the Properties property to print all the properties associated with the controls on a form to the Debug window. To run this code, place a command button named cmdListProperties on a form and paste the following code into the form's Declarations section. Click the command button to print the list of properties in the Debug window.
Private Sub cmdListProperties_Click() ListControlProps Me End Sub Public Sub ListControlProps(ByRef frm As Form) Dim ctl As Control Dim prp As Property On Error GoTo props_err For Each ctl In frm.Controls Debug.Print ctl.Properties("Name") For Each prp In ctl.Properties Debug.Print vbTab & prp.Name & " = " & prp.Value Next prp Next ctl props_exit: Set ctl = Nothing Set prp = Nothing Exit Sub props_err: If Err = 2187 Then Debug.Print vbTab & prp.Name & " = Only available at design time." Resume Next Else Debug.Print vbTab & prp.Name & " = Error Occurred: " & Err.Description Resume Next End If End Sub
Support and feedback
Have questions or feedback about Office VBA or this documentation? Please see Office VBA support and feedback for guidance about the ways you can receive support and provide feedback.