How To Take Screen Capture Of Access Form ?
I have made Access Database and some Forms. What I want is to capture Form Snapshot either in Ms picture or Picasa or Publisher how I can do.
I tried on my Keyboard PrintScreen/SysRq but it does not work
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The database has five fully-normalized, related tables (relationships.png). FormMockUp.pdf is a mockup of what I want the form to look like. frmMain.PNG is a screen capture of my failed attempt.
Here are screen captures of the tables, populated with a little test data: tblGenres.png, tblLicks.png, tblLickSorts.png, tblRockLicks.png, tblSorts.png.
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In my form I have two fields which will capture system date & time as start time and end time.
start time will capture the time when the user starts keyin and the end time will capture the time after the record has been inserted in the table.
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Hope you guys got my problem. Plz provide me a solution
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