Is This Control a Hyperlink

Is This Control a Hyperlink? Gasman asked the Question:- Hi all, In the Northwind 2007 database, the id control on the form for Customer List appears to be a hyperlink. However I can not see how this is done.? The isHyperlink property is set to no. Al I can find is in the Tag property … Read more

CallCalled Class Module

CallCalled Class Module I will be adding information about my “CallCalled” Class Module here, as it becomes available. The most recent example of it is on Access World Forums here:- VBA to reuse data entry popup form Class Module – Overview Class Module – Overview Video 1 (01:09) You can see how the Class Module provides … Read more

Control Wizard (Access 2007)

Control Wizard The Control Wizard is a very handy feature of MS Access. It provides built-in wizards, which simplify many of the processes you have to partake in to build your MS Access database. Button Wizard (Access 2007) Button Wizard (Access 2007) Video 1 (2:09) Demonstrate how to use the MS Access (2007) command button wizard … Read more

Northwind Downloads

Northwind Downloads Microsoft provide some very nice downloadable databases which you can use to get an insight into how Microsoft Access functions. In particular, and I believe it was the first, or at least one of the first examples, “The Northwind Database” is a fine example of an invoicing system. However be careful, some of … Read more

Setting Compact on Close (MS Access 2007)

Setting Compact on Close I’ve shown how to compact on close in MS Access 2007 I’m not sure it’s a lot different in the other versions, but if it is I will post a few more videos demonstrating how to do it in the other versions time-dependent of course! Setting Compact on Close (MS Access 2007) … Read more

Northwind Problem and Solution

Northwind Problem and Solution If you use the Northwind database as a basis for your business application then there is a problem that you should be aware of. The sample Northwind database supplied by Microsoft provides some excellent insights in how you should program an MS Access application. However if you decide to use it … Read more

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