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hello experts

i need a coding to make the project work. iam a learner please provide me with coding to cpy and paste

question one
i want a  cmd button  to add record  &delete record ,last,first  and soo on
a good web site will be appreciate for a beginner

Q2
when i search the user in the table through form the result should in a uneditable format
i want to havea button next to it [edit]  . so if i need to change any customer details then i can press [edit button]  all the text box should be in  editable mode i mean.
then i can change them and click [save button] situated below and done

is this possible ?

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by:Eric Sherman
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javeedabdul ...

The built in Wizard can help you with that.  In form design open the tool box and make sure the Wizard tool is pressed in.  Select the Command Button tool and place a button on your form.  Follow the Wizard steps to create the desired buttons.

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by:javeedabdul
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As i mentioned iam new esterman

could you please tell me bit more clearly.i didnt understood. where is th command button tool
is it going to create nextbutton previous button close button ,edit button and soo on

thankyou
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by:javeedabdul
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when i click on wizard tool

 (make sure the Wizard tool is pressed in)

 a window is getting opened
to select
choose builder
Expression Builder
macro Builder
Code Builder

i never used this option dont know how they work.
tell me step by step please i really appreciate

thankyou
javeedabdul
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Eric Sherman earned 200 total points
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javeedabdul ...

1.) Open your form in Design Mode
2.) Click the ToolBox icon on the forms Design ToolBar / MenuBar.  The ToolBox will open probably to the right of your form.
3.) On the ToolBox click the Controls Wizard button first.  This is the button with the magic wand.
4.) Select the Command Button tool then click in your form where you want to create a Command Button.
5.) The Command Button Wizard will open where you can select various actions to happen when the Command Button is pressed / clicked.
6.) Just follow the Wizard steps/instructions.  It's pretty straightforward.  You can create as many Command Buttons by repeating the steps.

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