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subform control

I want hide navigation button for subform link with mainform .actually i am unable to select property for subform
Dec 23 '15 #1
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Version of Access?

Is this a navigation control?
Dec 24 '15 #2
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Navigation Buttons are controlled by the .NavigationButtons property (Strangely enough.), and this can be set in code to True or False as required.

To refer to this property from the code of the main form you may need help from Referring to Items on a Sub-Form.
Dec 26 '15 #3
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last time I deal with navigation button it confuse my head a lot haha

first you has to name your navigation correctly.
next, if you use 2D navigation, you have to remember in mind, the sub-navigation is not really sub-navigation.
it just under that group, but still have navigation button name.
if you use 1D navigation, everything will ezier.

first thing you have to do to determind what is the real navigation you have to select.
to do that --> open form in design mode --> choose properties from right-click on anywhere inside that form --> access will show up "property sheet"
choose your navigation by click on panel, your navigation name will appear in the highest box under the line "Selection type: navigation button"

then you can reference to that subform from nagivation button (actually, you see the subform but access don't see directly subform, it is navigation button that show up form in subform, so you can't "select property for subform". you should "select property of navigation button")
Dec 26 '15 #4
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hvs, that information is covered in the link I provided in post#2 and in the link provided in post#3
Dec 26 '15 #5
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@zmbd: I'm sorry if my move affect you guy.
Sometime people don't wanna follow the link, or even follow the link but don't know where to start.

it take too much time to know what happen and received information not worth the effort. (like me)

sothat, with my little knowledge, I try to explain what I know, may be he will get it.
Dec 26 '15 #6
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Then let them post back to the thread.

+ Assuming that someone doesn't want to make the effort to learn the information can be taken as an insult.

+ Attempting to explain something to an individual without the knowledge of where that person's understanding is at risks also insulting that person, worse yet, leads to unnecessary back-tracking and double posting of information to get the poster to the level of knowledge needed to provide an answer.
Dec 26 '15 #7

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