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Button info not showing

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I have several buttons that show their button info when you move over them
with your mouse. I addes 3 new buttons and added button info but for them
the info doesn't show up. The settings seems to be the same as the other
buttons. Any idea what's going on here?
Thanks,
john
Feb 26 '07 #1
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First double check that the visible properties are set to yes, which I am
sure you have already. Second, make sure that the info tags aren't "covered"
by another object. In some cases, if you have added an image, another test
box, etc., the newest object you add will cover previous additions. Finally,
make sure you don't have any VBA code that may conflict with a visible
property. Simple steps, hopefully a start.

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Feb 27 '07 #2

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"John" <jo@hn.comwrote
I have several buttons that show their button info
when you move over them with your mouse. I addes
3 new buttons and added button info but for them
the info doesn't show up. The settings seems to be
the same as the other buttons. Any idea what's
going on here?
What "button info" are you talking about: the Caption, an associated Label
Control, a Smart Tag, or the Control Tip property? Please clarify.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP

Feb 27 '07 #3

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Thanks! After having moved the group area (where the buttons reside) to the
background, it works.
john

"bhipwell via AccessMonster.com" <u30281@uweschreef in bericht
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First double check that the visible properties are set to yes, which I am
sure you have already. Second, make sure that the info tags aren't
"covered"
by another object. In some cases, if you have added an image, another
test
box, etc., the newest object you add will cover previous additions.
Finally,
make sure you don't have any VBA code that may conflict with a visible
property. Simple steps, hopefully a start.

B

--
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http://www.accessmonster.com/Uwe/For...ccess/200702/1

Feb 27 '07 #4

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I have the Dutch version of Access. It says 'knop info' (button info), which
I think is the Control Tip Property.
john

"Larry Linson" <bo*****@localhost.notschreef in bericht
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"John" <jo@hn.comwrote
I have several buttons that show their button info
when you move over them with your mouse. I addes
3 new buttons and added button info but for them
the info doesn't show up. The settings seems to be
the same as the other buttons. Any idea what's
going on here?

What "button info" are you talking about: the Caption, an associated Label
Control, a Smart Tag, or the Control Tip property? Please clarify.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP

Feb 27 '07 #5

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