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Change from access 95 to 2000

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hi all

I've got a database which I have converted from 95--> 2000. In the 95
version I had a form on which I had a seachbuttom. Pressing it I could
search for a word in every field on the form. After the 2000 version, I can
only search in the field which has focus. How can I change that?

HT

Nov 12 '05 #1
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> I've got a database which I have converted from 95--> 2000. In the 95
version I had a form on which I had a seachbuttom. Pressing it I could
search for a word in every field on the form. After the 2000 version, I can
only search in the field which has focus. How can I change that?


Use the built-in search function (ctrl-f in the English version) and
un-check the box "Search only current field".

Peter

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Nov 12 '05 #2

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"Peter Doering" <ne**@doering.org> skrev i en meddelelse
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I've got a database which I have converted from 95--> 2000. In the 95
version I had a form on which I had a seachbuttom. Pressing it I could
search for a word in every field on the form. After the 2000 version, I can only search in the field which has focus. How can I change that?


Use the built-in search function (ctrl-f in the English version) and
un-check the box "Search only current field".

Peter

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Hi Peter
Thanks for your answer, but my problem is that the built-in function not
have the check-box "Search only current field".

Henry


Nov 12 '05 #3

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Henry,
Thanks for your answer, but my problem is that the built-in function not
have the check-box "Search only current field".


Sorry, I've described A97 and I don't have A2000.

On A2002 the option (in ctrl-f) is called "Look in:" and you can choose
between current field or table.

HTH - Peter

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Nov 12 '05 #4

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