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Combo search command office 2003 VS 2007

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Dear


I am working on office 2007.

I was working on office 2003 I had a combo in the toolbar on access where I can find the control name of my record.

For example if I have in a form many command name as below:

Command1

Command2

Command3

Command4

I only write the command name in the combo (design form)and access will auto focus the command in the form .

Where I can find that on access 2007 SP2.

It is making me crazy since I have in a from more than 75 controls...


Please any point to guide me..


appreciated in advanced.

Thank you
Sep 7 '09 #1

✓ answered by beacon

That's the 'Object' command in 2003 on the 'Formatting (Form/Report)' toolbar. You will have to add this command manually.

From Microsoft Online:
1. Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Access Options.
2. Click Customize.
3. In the Choose commands from list, click All Commands, and then find the command you want.

In your case, you are looking for the 'Object' command.

If you ever have trouble finding anything else, here's an interactive tool that Microsoft put together that let's you find things in 2003 and it gives you instructions to find it in 2007. Click on Start Guide to begin the interactive tool.

Link -- Interactive: Access 2003 to Access 2007 command reference guide

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beacon
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That's the 'Object' command in 2003 on the 'Formatting (Form/Report)' toolbar. You will have to add this command manually.

From Microsoft Online:
1. Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Access Options.
2. Click Customize.
3. In the Choose commands from list, click All Commands, and then find the command you want.

In your case, you are looking for the 'Object' command.

If you ever have trouble finding anything else, here's an interactive tool that Microsoft put together that let's you find things in 2003 and it gives you instructions to find it in 2007. Click on Start Guide to begin the interactive tool.

Link -- Interactive: Access 2003 to Access 2007 command reference guide
Sep 7 '09 #2

NeoPa
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Good link Beacon. I've added it to my database :)
Sep 7 '09 #3

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Appreciated man I found it.


Have a nice day.
Sep 8 '09 #4

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