Drag n Drop BETWEEN textbox and web browser
but what about dragging text from a text box. into an embedded web browser? Would similar concepts apply? Is there a way to transfer information from access into the web html code?
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Is there a form setting that prevents it from working on the new form?
This is not a big deal most of the time but if I’m dragging 2 or more files I have to save the form between each attempt which takes away the whole convince of drag/drop. Is there a way around this with some VBA?
The problem is.when I drag the textbox onto the form, Access doesn't automatically separate the title and the content. (it's in one place)
So if you drag a textbox onto the report in Design view, both the field title AND the content are in either the Page Header, or the Page Detail section.
It seems if the textbox title and the text detail are in Page Detail, for example, then for every other field there is on the report, this texbox is going to show, which is not wanted at all.
How to tell Access that I would just like to include another column in there
the code on that thread I am told woks well for excel spread sheets. Any body offer any suggestions for doing something similar in Access (as I am pretty sure there is no BeforeDragandDrop event in access)
I was just thinking whether it is possible to be able to drag a file into a particular text box/field in the access form and for the file to be saved at the backend folder.
I basically wanted to see if I could limit the users navigating around the backend windows folders, and for everything to be able to be opened and saved from within access form itself?
Note I dont want the files as attachments in the forms (DB would get too big).
I guess this is a simple drag and drop operation?
It is for Sending Mail.
I've tried it for drag and drop an email from Outlook to a memo field from the following link but it does not work for me.
The routine for drag and drop works for me but I would like to get rid of the security message "a program is trying to access e-mail addresses etc
When I give focus to one textbox and drag to resize, all textboxes automatically get focus and resize as well. Or, when I change the textbox width in the Properties for one text box, all of them change. Never saw this behavior in Access 2003.
in the textbox's control source :
Me!textbox.Text = Me!combobox.Column(1)
But it is not working at all. At best I receive an error message telling me my form is not web-compatible.
I attempted the macro route, thinking I could use the "settempvar" option but it seems that there are a lot of functions missing when in the web compatible mode. furthermore whenI go in the expression builder, where my loaded form is located, then select my combobox name, I only have columncount, columnheads, columnwidth ; nowhere to select my combox selectionvalue.
A database I am developing displays PDF files in a web browser that is on a form. If the PDF file exists, all well and good - users can print, email it etc. If the PDF file doesn't exist then it obviously displays "Page cannot be found" or similar error message.
Is there a way to make the web browser not visible when this happens