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I created a form with a subform using the Access 2000 Forms Wizard.
Both the form and the subform have their individual standard
navigation bars with the minimum buttons (First, Prev, etc).

My question is can you customize these navigation bars? I would like
to add the New Record, Delete, etc. functionalities .

I note that the Data Access Pages do have the navigation bar visible
in design mode, but the Forms don't, so how do you do it?

TIA,

Pete
Nov 12 '05 #1
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The Forms' navigation bars are not editable.

The New Record button on a navigation bar is ">*" (sometimes ">+") on
the right side of the bar.

2 ways to delete selected (displayed) records:

1. Click the Record Selector (a vertical bar visible on the left side
of the form) and hit the Delete key on the keyboard.

2. Click the Delete button on the forms toolbar.

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hedrew3 wrote:
I created a form with a subform using the Access 2000 Forms Wizard.
Both the form and the subform have their individual standard
navigation bars with the minimum buttons (First, Prev, etc).

My question is can you customize these navigation bars? I would like
to add the New Record, Delete, etc. functionalities .

I note that the Data Access Pages do have the navigation bar visible
in design mode, but the Forms don't, so how do you do it?

TIA,

Pete


Nov 12 '05 #2
NB
Check out Stephan Lebans site for customised navigation bar
You can modify it and add new functionalities

NB
Nov 12 '05 #3

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