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Access 2007 Customizing Forms

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#1 LittleGreenDots


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Posted 25 January 2010 - 11:50 AM

I just got Office 2007 and am getting around with Access mostly okay. My last version of Access was 2000.

I generate a form from my table that includes all fields. The form is generic. I want to modify the lengths of text boxes and rearrange a few. When I try to shorten the box, the program hooks on to all the text boxes (which are uniform length) and resize them all at once. Is there a way I can isolate individual text boxes and shorten them, or is the uniform length built into the ready-made form supplied by Access?

I'm trying to modify things in the Design View.


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