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labels with a command button.

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This is probably a simple thing but...

I noticed with the templates in A2k, there are button on the side of the
form and each button has a label that is associated with it. In other words,
if you move the button in design view, the label moves with it and more
importantly, if you click the label is is the same as clicking the button.
How would one accomplish this?
Oct 23 '06 #1
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Jimmy wrote:
This is probably a simple thing but...

I noticed with the templates in A2k, there are button on the side of the
form and each button has a label that is associated with it. In other words,
if you move the button in design view, the label moves with it and more
importantly, if you click the label is is the same as clicking the button.
How would one accomplish this?

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Add a label to the form, be sure to type something in it. Then cut it
(highlight it and hit Ctrl-X). Place the focus on the CommandButton and
paste (Ctrl-V). The label attaches to the CommandButton.
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Oct 24 '06 #2

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MGFoster <me@privacy.comwrote in
news:SN*******************@newsread2.news.pas.eart hlink.net:
Add a label to the form, be sure to type something in it. Then cut it
(highlight it and hit Ctrl-X). Place the focus on the CommandButton
and paste (Ctrl-V). The label attaches to the CommandButton.
Nice! I never knew that.

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Lyle Fairfield
Oct 24 '06 #3

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