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Posted on 2007-11-21
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In the past I have used Spinner control. I Access 2003, how can I have it on my tool box? There is not one. Please give me the exact name if I have to serach in "More Controls..." button.

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Hi Mike:  How about:  Microsoft Forms 2.0 Spin Button
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BTW, I'm still running A2K and that's what comes up on my machine.  You can put it on the toolbar by going to the bottom of the bar and clicking the < arrow to Add/Remove buttons.
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Thank you.
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Thanks, glad to help.
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