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why i cant see my captions(with another language like persian) in split form ?

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hi . i created a split form base on a query in access 2010 . i modified my main table in captions(with persian language). but i don know why the result table in my split form dont show these captions . im confused bcz half of fields had captions in persian language and another half hadnt
Jul 6 '14 #1

✓ answered by twinnyfo

I tried to duplicate what you have in an existing DB of mine. I converted a Form to split view, then changed the caption in the table to some Persian characters. When I reopened the form, the original caption was still there. However, when I re-added that field to my form, the Persian caption showed up fine.

It could be as simple as you may have added the controls to your form before you added the Persian Captions. For whatever reason, Access, keeps the original information concerning the control's caption information when it is initially added to the Form.

Hope this helps.

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twinnyfo
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Are all of the captions missing or only the captions in Persian?
Jul 6 '14 #2

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all of my field in main table have caption in persian... but half of them are missing
Jul 6 '14 #3

twinnyfo
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I tried to duplicate what you have in an existing DB of mine. I converted a Form to split view, then changed the caption in the table to some Persian characters. When I reopened the form, the original caption was still there. However, when I re-added that field to my form, the Persian caption showed up fine.

It could be as simple as you may have added the controls to your form before you added the Persian Captions. For whatever reason, Access, keeps the original information concerning the control's caption information when it is initially added to the Form.

Hope this helps.
Jul 6 '14 #4

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