How To Take Screen Capture Of Access Form ?
I tried on my Keyboard PrintScreen/SysRq but it does not work
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Here are screen captures of the tables, populated with a little test data: tblGenres.png, tblLicks.png, tblLickSorts.png, tblRockLicks.png, tblSorts.png.
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.
My problem is for non-editable permission users,the end time is not storing the time after inserting record since it will capture only after insertion and it goes to update state for whom doesnt have update permissions.
Hence I need code to capture and store the end time after the users filling all fields and before insert in to table.
Hope you guys got my problem. Plz provide me a solution
have an image object, I have a button under the image object when you click
it , it open a directory tree, where I select the appropriate student
picture. The Problem is, this process requires a two steps procedure, I
have to first capture the student image, save it. Then load it into the
Does anyone have an example or can tell me how I can create a button that
will capture the picture, save it and load it unto the form image object.
Since the image is linked, if I can capture and save the image within
access, I can very quickly load it .
e.g I am using environ("username") to capture name of the person who is logged on so how can we capture 3 letters from the surname and display in the textbox.
1) insert the fields in a form into the supporting table;
2) capture the autonum generated unique identifier in a field on the form;
3) have this data available to pass to a subform based on a table with a one to many relationship to the previous table.
Has anyone got any idea how to stop this? Last thing I need is a user creating an invoice to suddenly be confronted by VBA.
When you opened this access database the menu form would open. It wasn’t full screen, it was
a rectangular form that was centered in the screen.
I’m not sure of the size but it filled maybe 30% of the screen. What I want to figure out here, is how they managed to completely remove the entire database window.
All you saw was the form (which was a menu) and all selections were pop-ups. You couldn't even tell it was an Access Database, it looked like a Visual Basic program.