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KD
I am developing an application that will be used with a touch screen
monitor, so it needs to be driven by command buttons. I have a
products table which i need to use to create a form with an array of
command buttons, so the user can basically add a product by clicking
on a button. I was thinking of doing it with continuous forms but
since i can only have one column of buttons that way it wont work.
Any help will be much appreciated.

Thankyou,
Kuldeep Dhillon
Nov 12 '05 #1
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It seems odd that if there is any non-trivial amount of information to be
dealt with that you'd be _able_ to show multiple records on a screen with
command buttons or hot spots. You know, I am sure, that other controls...
shapes, for example, have a click event. And, my experience with touch
screen software years ago was that the hot spots (touchable areas) need to
be significantly larger than normal controls... the difference between a
finger-tip and an arrow cursor is substantial.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP

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I am developing an application that will be used with a touch screen
monitor, so it needs to be driven by command buttons. I have a
products table which i need to use to create a form with an array of
command buttons, so the user can basically add a product by clicking
on a button. I was thinking of doing it with continuous forms but
since i can only have one column of buttons that way it wont work.
Any help will be much appreciated.

Thankyou,
Kuldeep Dhillon

Nov 12 '05 #2

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