How To Turn Off Autocomplete In Access Vba
I am finding the autocomplete feature of Access VBA very annoying. quotations, checking object names, etc.
How do I turn off this feature when I'm into a bunch of coding? I can turn it back on when I'
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I'm trying to set up a combobox to autocomplete based on the first letter only. For example, in a name field, if I press A once it will fill Adams, by pressing A again it will move to the next name - Allen, and etc.
I see this function in web forms all the time when filling the US state field.
I have a form to track tasks by employees.
In this form the user must select the employee and position for each task.
What I would like to do is make one of those fields autocomplete based on the other.
Employees work in different positions from day-to-day. So having a set-in-stone parameter will not work in this case.
Would it be possible to have a form to assign and remove employees to positions at shift changes in order to meet the stated goal? How would I go about accomplishing this?
I had planned on using two drag and drop fields to filter "available" employees, but this will not accomplish my autocomplete goal
Is it possible to disable menus and the bar down the side that allows you to navigate to different form, menus, tables, etc. using vba. I know I can disable the menus in Access Options, but I would like to allow a superuser login where I can turn all of this back on.
I m new to access and do not know much about vba.
my question is does vba used in Ms Excel is same as the vba in Ms Access or these two differ from each other. in other words if someone knows usage of vba in Ms excel can he use same knowledge of vba in Ms access or he has to learn vba for ms access separately
So when I open the access application like an end-user would (not holding down shift), VBA automatically opens and the yellow arrow is pointing to the Private Sub Form_Load() method in the first form. I have looked through all of the menu options, but I cannot figure out how to disable this yellow arrow. If I run the play button in VBA, the application will run but I need to turn this yellow arrow off so that we can deploy the application back to the end users. Everytime I close and re-run the application, I am experiencing the same issues. Has anyone else experienced this behavior before? Any comments are appreciated.
I would like to use code to turn on and off these features:
1) full menus (ribbon - all commands)
2) Navigation Pane
3) Tabbed Documents
How do I do this with VBA?
Microsoft Office programs display the last few documents you opened in that program so that you can use those links to quickly access the files. This feature is turned on by default, but you can turn it off, turn it back on, clear, or adjust the number of files that it displays. If this feature was turned off and you subsequently turn it back on, only the files that you open and save after you turn it on are listed.
I have found what I need to do - but its a VBA tutorial.
the code looks very similar to what I've been working with in Access, but I was just wandering, what is the actual difference between raw VBA and the VBA access uses?
I am having a problems with VBA. When I typed in the word for a form, VBA changed it to a different word (I want Transactions & VBA changes it to tRANSACTIONS) so when I try to run the vba code I get and error. I have tried to do a replace all to replace the word with the one I want but VBA changes it to the word it thinks I want.
How do I turn off this auto correction or make it correct the original word so it chnages all the words to the correct typed word?
I don't want to have to use a different word for I would have to change it in many of my SQL and other places I have the word that refers to a form.
I try to create my own error screens to trap as many errors as possible. However, sometimes I when testing I would like to see the Access error screen. Is there any way to turn off my error checking with code, so I can see Access's instead?