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Splitting windows like Excel?

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I've a nasty feeling that this can't be done, but I'll ask anyway.

Suppose you have a large table with lots of rows and columns. Is there some
way to build a form that will split it vertically, so that both sides scroll
up and down together, but each half can be scrolled horizontally independent
of the other?

This is standard practise in Excel but I can't think how you could do it in
Access.

Any suggestions would be most welcome.

Thanx.

Feb 23 '06 #1
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Captain Nemo wrote:
I've a nasty feeling that this can't be done, but I'll ask anyway.

Suppose you have a large table with lots of rows and columns. Is there some
way to build a form that will split it vertically, so that both sides scroll
up and down together, but each half can be scrolled horizontally independent
of the other?

This is standard practise in Excel but I can't think how you could do it in
Access.

Any suggestions would be most welcome.

Thanx.

In a Datasheet view it is really quite simple. Open up a table, click
on the fields you want to freeze, and select Format/Freeze
Feb 23 '06 #2

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