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Office Record Navigators

Hi !
Where can I find information on this control : Microsoft Office Record Navigation Control 10.0 ?
I'd like them to work exactly like the default Access form's record navigators...
Any help appreciated.
Thanks
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rockiroadsCommented:
Is this part of the MS Office suite?

Have u tried

1. In Forms Design, click on Insert/Active X Control
or
2.. Go to VBA window, then select Tools/References and try find it there

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rockiroadsCommented:
With regards to that info, have u tried the MS website?

http://search.microsoft.com/results.aspx?mkt=en-GB&setlang=en-GB&q=Microsoft+Office+Record+Navigation+Control+


What is this for, if for forms, u could create your own. The toolbar on forms has a wizard, when u select a command button, u can select what operations you want
then when done, u can resize and place images on the buttons
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ee canAuthor Commented:
rockiroads: Its already on my form, and I really don't know where it is coming from...I guess from MS suite though. Anyway I'm looking for code documentation, how to play with it, more specifically how to make it work (lol), etc...
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ee canAuthor Commented:
I don't know what it is for but I'd like to use it on my forms...didn't find anything on msdn but I'm not that good to search info on msdn....I know how to make my own too but I want to know for this control !
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rockiroadsCommented:
It looks like its for Data Access Pages only

that link I gave u contains several links. The first of which takes u to the properties of that control and it mentions its for data access pages

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/vbaac11/html/acctlRecordNavigationControl_HV05260718.asp

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/assistance/HP052796371033.aspx

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ee canAuthor Commented:
duh I didn't even know what data access pages was :-O
Thanks !!!
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rockiroadsCommented:
well now u know

ms's method way of creating web pages easily that talks to ms access databases
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