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Want to remove Current Record Indicator from form

Posted on 2006-11-03
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I created a form in Access 2003 using the form wizard. The resulting form has the "Record: xxx of yyy" control (for lack of a better word) at the bottom of it.

I would like to not have this visible on my form and am looking for way(s) to either remove it or make it non-visible. I have poked around alot and have not seen how this can be done... Thanks
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stevbe earned 250 total points
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Set the Navigation Buttons property to No
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by:mbizup
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Hi smmsmm57,
Set the Navigation Buttons property of the form to "No"

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by:rockiroads
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If u set "Navigation Buttons" to No in your form's properties, that will remove it
but then u left with no scrolling buttons!
so probably not a good idea, unless u implemented your own buttons
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If u set Record Selectors to OFF but leave Navigation buttons on then u are left only with the total number of records
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smmsmm57,
Steve gave the correct answer first, so the points should go to him.
(You can post a question in Community Support to have that set straight)

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For whatever reason, I saw the second answer first, it was the only one displayed at the time so I used it....anyway...thanks
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