Sticky Form Builder

Sticky Form Builder

A “Sticky Form” is a Form that stays put! How many times have you opened up a pop-up form and had to move it to one side because it’s covering up exactly what you want to look at! It’s bloody annoying! I was pretty sure it was possible to make a Form Sticky, but I did find someone that said it wasn’t possible. However that didn’t deter me, I kept searching and eventually found the Code I needed. I got it from two places, this excellent website:- Creating/Using – Form Custom Property and I also found some similar code on Allen Browne’s website. I like to provide a free option of my code, and in this case the code is freely available on both of those websites. I have encapsulated the Code into a nice database in the form of what I call “Drop-in Components” – in this case, just Two Forms. Put them in your database and within a few minutes you can add this functionality to your own pet Project… In the videos below I show this working, I also show how to set it up. I also go through an explanation of the code, if you’re interested!

Sticky Form - Quick Demo

Sticky Form - Quick Demo

Video 1 (00:18)

This is a very quick demo of the Sticky Form working. See video number 2 for more information about this useful feature.

Video 1 (00:18)

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Sticky Form - In Detail

Sticky Form - In Detail

Video 2 (5:14)

A Bit more of a Demo of the Sticky Form – how to set it up and an explanation of how it works.

Video 2 (5:14)

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Nifty Sticky Form - Setup

Nifty Sticky Form - Setup

Video 3 (05:09)

In this video I demonstrate how you can use the “Nifty Sticky Form Builder” in your MS Access database to create your very own Sticky Form!

Video 3 (05:09)

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