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Hiding a Navigational Bar

Posted on 2006-11-06
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Hi guys,

How do you hide a Navigational Bar on a regular form? I know how to do this on a subform, but that method doesn't seem to apply to a regular form. Any ideas?

Cheers!
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Question by:Cyber-Drugs
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You mean the record navigation buttons?  
Set that property in the form's design to "no"
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In Form Design, click on the little grey box in upper left of form, then right-click:Properties
Click on Format tab, set Navigation Buttons property to No.
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by:Cyber-Drugs
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DOH!

Seems I was selecting the "Detail" rather than the actual form...

Cheers mbizup!
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* and jimhorn
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by:rockiroads
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Dont forget the record selectors as well (just in case u aint done that already)
and ensure the views, only form view is allowed, if u right click on the title bar when form is open, u can go into DataSheet view!!!
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