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How to keep the help file open while entering data on a form

Posted on 2002-03-07
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Each time the help file is opened and the user clicks on the calling form the help file disappears.  Any way to keep the help file open during data entry?
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sridhar_PJ earned 50 total points
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Hi,
Select Option in Help and select "Keep Help on Top" and select "On Top" Option in that. This will do for you.
Regards
Sridhar
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Thanks, that was exactly what we needed.
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by:suz123
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Thanks, that was exactly what we needed.
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