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I was wondering if there is a place to download other styles for forms? Can
I create my own? Where are they stored in W98?
Thanks,
Don.........
Nov 13 '05 #1
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"Don Sealer" wrote
I was wondering if there is a place
to download other styles for forms?
Can I create my own? Where are
they stored in W98?


Regardless of what version of Windows you are using, you can create your own
"template" form, and you can modify the properties of controls and specify
those are to be used.

Whatever Form and whatever Report you name "normal" will be used as the
template for other forms you create in that database. If you don't like the
term "normal", you can specify another name in the Tools | Options.

I don't know how to add a Form to the "styles" that drop down when you use
the Wizard to create a Form. Perhaps someone else does and will step in and
enlighten both of us.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP

Nov 13 '05 #2

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On Fri, 03 Dec 2004 03:25:37 GMT, "Larry Linson"
<bo*****@localhost.not> wrote:
"Don Sealer" wrote
I was wondering if there is a place
to download other styles for forms?
Can I create my own? Where are
they stored in W98?


Regardless of what version of Windows you are using, you can create your own
"template" form, and you can modify the properties of controls and specify
those are to be used.

Whatever Form and whatever Report you name "normal" will be used as the
template for other forms you create in that database. If you don't like the
term "normal", you can specify another name in the Tools | Options.

I don't know how to add a Form to the "styles" that drop down when you use
the Wizard to create a Form. Perhaps someone else does and will step in and
enlighten both of us.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP

You design a form the way you want it, then click Format,
Autoformat, Customize
and choose Create a New...

Nov 13 '05 #3

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