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Ungroup Text

Posted on 2004-10-19
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Hello,

I'm VERY MUCH a beginer with Access.  I've added many input boxes to my form.  I'd like to know how to ungroup the text, to the input box.  When I move it around, it selects both.  I just want to realign the name box (label I think) without the box itself being moved.

Hope that makes sense.

Thanks,
Jay
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click on the label once. move the mouse over the top left hand corner of the label until the ponter turms into a finger and not the hand now you can drag just the label.

Steve
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Perfect.  Thank you!
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