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Microsoft Access Database Forms: Highlight Current Record For A Continuous Form


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As you migrate from version to version, working with Microsoft Access database forms becomes more intuitive and easier to design and implement using the pre-built templates, wizards and improving richer set of formatting tools. Conditional formatting (once it was introduced) started life as a setting for up to three conditional formats which satisfied most requirements but now the with the later versions, it’s layered and can exceed this number for true flexibility and complex conditioning. The point here is what […]

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How To Add A Flash Movie SWF File To A Microsoft Access Form


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Working with Microsoft Access form designs requires patience and a plan especially when wanting to work with other form controls over and above the standard tools made available by default. One particular ActiveX control is the ‘Shockwave Flash Object‘ which will allow you to play flash video (or SWF file formats) in an Access form. You will need to first load the library file if not added or enabled in order to render this control ready for use. That means going […]

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Microsoft Access Database Tutorial – How To Use Spellchecker On A MS Access Form


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You’ve seen the Microsoft’s spell checker tool across Word, Excel and other Office applications and it’s even available within Microsoft Access database too. When entering data into any input control, text box, memo fields or anywhere else users enter text, you can quickly call the spell checker tool using the keyboard shortcut F7. If you use MS Access forms and in all honesty, you should be using them, you could automate the spell checker tool on selective controls using microsoft […]

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