Subformss, Tab Controls, and Forms
There are several themes which must be completed for each participant: Personal Information, Personal Assessment, Personal Plans, Notes, and Other.
I thought of using a tab control for each theme.
I want to create subforms for each theme. That is, I want to create subforms for each subject area, etc.
I read on this board that you can't but a tab control within a tab control, but you can create subforms that would individually contain a tab control.
The issue is not creating the subform but I get the message "Can't build a link between unbound forms".
The SourceObject is set to the name of my subform. On this form, I have a form control with 2 tabs for each of my forms.
How do I get this to link to the master (I.e. main) form?
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This article describes how to change the tab order, how to remove a control from the tab order, and how to change the tab behavior for the last field in a form.
In addition to this, the column order of my columns on any datagrid inside a tab control get rearranged when this happens. Is this a known bug and if so isthere a hot fix or patch?
I have 4 labels one below another, and 3 buttons to the right of them, one below another. I want to tab down the labels and then across and down the buttons.
In the Tab Order Dialogue box in the Detail section, only 4 of the controls are visible. They are not in Form header or Form Footer neither
I want to show the first half of the order in tab 1 and the second half of the order in tab 2.
I want the tabs to behave in such a way that when I navigate to another record from the tab 1, I want the tab 2 to display the second half of the newly navigated record from the tab 1 -
2. Can I hide active controls command button depending on forms control check box. (If its turn on I can see buttons, else I can't.) and if I can how?
Form and report design consists of populating them with the necessary controls that would allow a person to use your database. To perform this design, you first open the form or report in Design View.
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